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The policing implications of cannabis, amphetamine and other illicit drug use in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities / Brendan Delahunty, Judy Putt
Bib ID 3772172
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Delahunty, Brendan
 
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Description [Sydney] : National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund, c2006 
xvii, 158 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0642474419
Series

Monograph series (National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund (Australia)) ; no. 15.

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Summary

Recent shifts in drug supply and use appear to be exposing isolated communities to unexpected difficulties, this report identifies Illicit drug use, individual and community harm, policing drugs in rural and remote areas, working with communities, community-based initiatives, strategic policies & programs and opportunities for chang.

Full contents
  • Introduction
  • Illicit drug use
  • Individual and community harms
  • Policing drugs in rural and remote areas
  • Working with communities
  • Community-based initiatives
  • Strategic policies and programs
  • Conculsion : opportunities for change
  • appendix : A survey of police.
 
Notes

Bibliography: p. 126-136.

Also available in an electronic version on the Internet. Address as at 23/06/2006: http://www.ndlerf.gov.au/pub/Monograph_15.pdf.

A project funded by the National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund, an initiative of the National Drug Strategy

Subjects Substance abuse -- Australia -- Prevention.  |  Inhalant abuse -- Australia -- Prevention.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Drug use -- Prevention.  |  Drug control -- Australia.  |  Marijuana use -- Australia.  |  Police -- Australia.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Drug use -- Prevention.  |  Substance use - Illicit drugs.  |  Research - Methodology and techniques.  |  Research - Ethics.  |  Law enforcement - Police - Community policing.  |  South Australia (SA)  |  Western Australia (WA)  |  Northern Territory (NT)  |  Queensland (Qld)
Other authors/contributors Putt, Judy  |  National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund (Australia)  |  National Drug Strategy (Australia)
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