Drugs Research: An overview of evidence and questions for policy

@inproceedings{Lloyd2010DrugsRA,
  title={Drugs Research: An overview of evidence and questions for policy},
  author={Charlie Lloyd and Neil Mckeganey},
  year={2010}
}
In 2001 the Joseph Rowntree Foundation embarked upon a unique and challenging programme of research that explored the problem of illicit drugs in the UK. The research addressed many questions that were often too sensitive for the government to tackle. In many cases, these studies represented the first research on these issues and the policy implications have been far-reaching. The topics covered in the report include: • The policing of drug possession. • The domestic cultivation, purchasing and… CONTINUE READING

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