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Crime and delinquency / Drugs and crime

Hektor in 2005; evaluation of the tackling of drug problems and drug-related crime in Venlo

For years the city of Venlo is dealing with a considerable amount of drug nuisance. The nuisance is largely caused by German...

Research with publication | 16-01-2007

The Netherlands : report on the drug situation 2005

The National Drug Monitor (NDM), which has been drawn up since 1999 by the Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and...

Research with publication | 24-03-2006

Coffeeshops and cannabis

The Dutch tolerance policy on soft drugs is still unique in Europe and across the world. While combating the use of and trade...

Publication | 15-02-2006

The Hektor-program in Venlo; evaluation of the three-track policy to tackle drug problems 2001-2004

Venlo is a town that is situated near the border of the Netherlands and has to deal with a considerable amount of drug...

Research with publication | 02-09-2005

Hektor Programme in Venlo : monitoring the (soft)drug trade and drug related nuisance

Research with publication | 15-10-2004

Facts and figures about registered drug-related crime; Background study to the justice section of the National Drug Monitor: annual report 2002

The central issue addressed in this study is the nature and scale of registered drug-related crime and the response of the...

Research with publication | 16-08-2002

Diversity in European Drug Policy

Publication | 30-09-1998

Between prohibition and legalization; The Dutch experiment in drug policy

This book gives an account of the national Dutch drug control strategy. Many researches in this field are described. Most of...

Publication | 15-10-1994

Drugs and Crime

Publication | 30-06-1993

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