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Scottish Executive. Substance Misuse Division. Effective Interventions Unit. Frischer, Martin and Anderson, Simon (2000) Drug misuse in Scotland. Findings from the 1993 and 1996 Scottish crime surveys. Edinburgh: The Scottish Office.

URL: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/1999/01/60...

As part of the 1993 Scottish Crime Survey (SCS), respondents between the ages of 16 and 59 were asked a series of questions about their knowledge and use of controlled drugs and solvents. The results of the exercise provided the first nationally representative estimates of the prevalence of drug misuse experience across Scotland as a whole. The survey was repeated in 1996 and this paper provides an up-to-date picture of levels and patterns of drug misuse and examines changes over the intervening period. A more comprehensive analysis will be published later this year. This will include analysis of socio-demographic and geographic data as well as the age/sex breakdowns reported here.


Item Type
Report
Date
2000
Pages
41 [26
Publisher
The Scottish Office
Corporate Creators
Scottish Executive. Substance Misuse Division. Effective Interventions Unit
Place of Publication
Edinburgh
ISBN
0-7480-9060-6
Keywords
AOD abuse, national survey, prevalence, Scotland
Notes
Contains figures, tables and bibliographic references.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB (Electronic Only)

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