The private club and the residence criterion for Dutch coffeeshops

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The private club and the residence criterion for Dutch coffeeshops

evaluation of the implementation and outcomes in the period May-November 2012: an interim report (full text available only in Dutch)

Summary

The Dutch coffeeshop policy became more restrictive on 1 January 2012. Two new criteria that coffeeshops must adhere to in order for them to be tolerated were added to the Opium Act Guidelines for the Public Prosecution Service: the private club [B] criterion and the residence [I] criterion. This current interim evaluation report covers the implementation process and outcomes of the two new criteria between May 2012 and November 2012.

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Author(s):
Ooyen-Houben, M.M.J. van, Bieleman, B., Korf, D.J., Benschop, A. (ass.), Giessen, M. van der (ass.), Nijkamp, R. (ass.), Snippe, J.M. (ass.), Wouters, M. (ass.)
Organization(s):
WODC, Intraval, University of Amsterdam - Bonger Institute for Criminology
Place of publication:
The Hague
Publisher:
WODC
Year of publication:
2013
Series:
Cahiers 2013-02

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