The Netherlands drug situation 2012

The Netherlands drug situation 2012

Report to the EMCDDA by the Reitox National Focal Point

Summary

Every year, the National Focal Points in the member states of the European Union report on the drug situation in their countries. These reports are prepared according to the guidelines issued by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA).
This National Report reviews the developments in the drug policy of the Netherlands up to the 9th of November 2012.

Index

Preface
Executive summary

  1. Drug policy: legislation, strategies and economic analysis
  2. Drug use in the general population and specific target groups
  3. Prevention
  4. Problem drug use
  5. Drug-related treatment: treatment demand and treatment availability
  6. Health correlates and consequences
  7. Responses to health correlates and consequences
  8. Social correlates and social reintegration
  9. Drug related crime, its prevention, and prison
  10. Drug markets
  11. Residential treatment for drug users in Europe
  12. Drug policies of Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague 
  13. Bibliography
  14. Annexes

Map of the Netherlands: provinces and major cities

Publication data

Author(s):
Laar, M. van, Cruts, G., Ooyen-Houben, M. van, Meije, D., Croes, E., Meijer, R., Ketelaars, T.
Organization(s):
Trimbos-Institute, WODC
Place of publication:
Utrecht
Publisher:
Trimbos-Institute
Year of publication:
2013

Order information

Address:
Trimbos-instituut
Phone:
030 2971100
Fax:
030 2971111
E-mailaddress:
bestel@trimbos.nl
Website:
www.trimbos.nl

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