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Murphy, Tim (2002) Drugs and crime in Ireland: response paper summary. In: Debating Public Policies on Drugs and Alcohol, 26 September 2002, Addiction Research Centre, Trinity College Dublin.

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The author presents a theory that the main cause of drug-related criminal activity is drug prohibition rather than drugs themselves. The connections between drug prohibition and crime can be seen from an exploration of the idea, discussed in this paper that 'substance abuse leads to crime.'


Item Type
Conference or Workshop Item
Publication Type
Irish-related, Other
Drug Type
All substances
Date
2002
Call No
MM2.2, VH4.2
Page Range
[2 p.]
Event Title
Debating Public Policies on Drugs and Alcohol
Event Location
Addiction Research Centre, Trinity College Dublin
Event Dates
26 September 2002
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Accession Number
HRB 775 (Available)

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