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Rolles, Steve and Kushlick, Danny and Jay, Mike (2006) After the war on drugs: options for control. Transform Drug Policy Foundation.

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This report is the culmination of over a decade’s thinking and experience of campaigning for drug policy reform. This process has been informed recently by the ‘Options for Control’ seminar series held in conjunction with the Mannheim Centre for the study of Criminology and Criminal Justice in May and July 2004.

The report fulfils four aims:
• provides a critique of the failings of prohibition
• offers a framework for regulating drugs and for
developing effective drug policy
• suggests a roadmap for reform
• offers opportunities to influence progressive
reform

The report will be updated periodically to take account of developments. The hope is that this work will be a practical aid to the development of more effective drug policy and feedback is welcomed.


Date:2006
Call No:MP18.2.8.6
Pages:43 p.
Publisher:Transform Drug Policy Foundation
Keywords:AOD use control, drug laws, drug market, drug smuggling, drug trafficking, Drugs Policy, legalisation, morality, public policy on AOD
Notes:This is the third reprint of 'After the War on Drugs, Options for Control', first printed in October 2004.
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Subjects:MP-MR Policy, planning, economics, work and social services > Policy > Policy on drugs and alcohol > Prohibition (Drugs and alcohol public policy)
VA Geographic area > Europe > United Kingdom
E Concepts in biomedical areas > Drugs and alcohol substance by legal status
L Social psychology and related concepts > Legal availability or accessibility

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