Cannabis coffeeshops, drug tourism, nuisance and illegal dealing in soft drugs, 2014

Crime and delinquency / Sound pollution

Cannabis coffeeshops, drug tourism, nuisance and illegal dealing in soft drugs, 2014

In-depth study in five dutch communities (full text only available in Dutch)

Summary

This report presents findings from the second stage of a research study, carried out to further assess the ramifications of the new policies. The two-part study documented coffeeshop tourism (non-residents buying cannabis in coffeeshops) and soft drug tourism (non-residents buying cannabis out-side coffeeshops), soft drug–related nuisance, illegal sales of cannabis to drug users outside of cof-feeshop settings, and drug running, as well as mapping the geographical distribution of such phe-nomena and identifying any trends in 2014.

Publication data

Author(s):
Nabben, T., Wouters, M., Benschop, A., Korf, D.J., Liebregts, N. (ass.)
Organization(s):
University of Amsterdam - Bonger Institute of Criminology, WODC
Place of publication:
Amsterdam
Publisher:
University of Amsterdam - Bonger Institute of Criminology
Year of publication:
2015
ISBN:
978-90-5170-713-7

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