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In-depth study of the Monitor following the developments in coffee shop policy 2016/17 (full text only available in Dutch)

Summary

The Ministry of justice and security wants to use the monitor to map the developments in a number of coffee shop policy related phenomena over the years 2014, 2015 and 2016. For this in-depth study, we conducted an ethnographic field study in five municipalities during 2017. In each municipality we selected one or two hotspot(s) with drug-related nuisance. The selection of the municipalities and the hotspots is based on the results of the first phase of the third measurement. The relevant topics that emerged from this first phase are the following: 1. soft drug tourism; 2. illegal drug trade; and 3. developments in nuisance reports. We further investigated these topics based on the local developments in coffee shop tourism (foreign tourists visiting coffee shops), soft drug tourism (cannabis sales to foreign tourists outside coffee shops), soft drug related nuisance and illegal sales of soft and/or hard drugs outside the coffee shop (by street dealers and drug runners).

SeeĀ links of the previous measurements at: More informatieon.

Publication data

Author(s):
Mennes, R., Snippe, J., Sijtstra, M., Bieleman, B.
Organization(s):
Intraval Onderzoek en Advies, WODC
Place of publication:
Groningen/Rotterdam
Publisher:
Intraval Onderzoek en Advies
Year of publication:
2017
ISBN:
978 90 8874 248 4

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Address:
Intraval, Bureau voor onderzoek en advies
Phone:
050 3134052
Fax:
050 3127526
E-mailaddress:
info@intraval.nl
Website:
www.intraval.nl

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