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1 January 2008

International drug policy - The facts

The term ‘drug policy’ refers to any policy whose aim is to control drug supply and drug demand. It can therefore have an impact on multiple areas, ranging from the treatment of drug dependence and other diseases, such as HIV/AIDS and cancer, to the production and trade in illegal drugs, and the levels of violence, incarceration and poverty worldwide.
1 January 2008

Western Australian drug trends 2007

This report presents the findings of the ninth year of data collection in Western Australia. Results are summarised according to the four main drug types, with the use of ‘other drugs’ also reported.