This article by Jamie Bridge describes the impact that policing practice can have on harm reduction approaches - as well as the efforts that have been made to engage law enforcement personnel in harm reduction interventions and training. The article (from Druglink magazine - the bi-monthly publication from DrugScope in the UK) is adapted from the "50 Best Resources on Policing and Harm Reduction" - IHRA's free resource collection which is available at: www.ihra.net/policing.
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