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Criminal Justice Interventions Programme. (2007) Out of crime, into treatment: an introduction to the Criminal Justice Interventions Programme (CJIP) for treatment providers. United Kingdom: Home Office.

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The Drug Interventions Programme is a key part of the UK Government’s strategy for tackling drugs, changing lives and reducing crime. And it’s working: record numbers of people are being helped with their drug misuse, treatment waiting times for everyone have been dramatically reduced and drug-related crime has fallen by a fifth since the Programme began. This booklet contains general information for professionals who provide clinical and/or non-clinical treatment services to drug misusers. It gives you an overview of the Programme and aims to answer any questions that you may have, including clarification of what we mean by throughcare and aftercare. The booklet also explains how treatment providers make a vital contribution to the Programme, and how the Programme can help treatment providers engage and retain clients in treatment.

Item Type
Report
Publication Type
International, Report
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
Crime prevention
Date
2007
Call No
MO6.14.18.4,
Pages
19 p.
Publisher
Home Office
Corporate Creators
Criminal Justice Interventions Programme
Place of Publication
United Kingdom
Keywords
AODD treatment, AODR crime, criminal justice system, diversion program, United Kingdom
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Accession Number
HRB 3577 (Available)

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