Publication - Research and analysis

2010/11 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey: Drug Use

Published: 27 Mar 2012
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781780457178

This report presents findings from the Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2010/11 Drug Use module. The report provides information on the experience and prevalence of illicit drug use amongst the general adult population in Scotland.

83 page PDF

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83 page PDF

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Contents
2010/11 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey: Drug Use
References

83 page PDF

1.0 MB

References

Best, D., Rome, A., Hanning, K. A., White, W., Gossop, M., Taylor, A. & Perkins, A. (2010); Research for Recovery: A Review of the Drugs Evidence Base. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Black, C., Eunson, J., Sewel, K. &. Murray, L. (2011); Scottish Schools Adolescent Lifestyle and Substance Use survey (SALSUS) 2010 National Report. NHS Scotland.

Brown, M. and Bolling, K. (2007); Drugs Misuse in Scotland: Findings From the 2006 Scottish Crime and Victimisation Survey. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Hoare, J. & Moon, D. (Eds) (2010); Drug Misuse Declared: Findings from the 2009/10 British Crime Survey. London: the Home Office.

ISD Scotland (2011); Estimating the National and Local Prevalence of Problem Drug Misuse in Scotland 2009/10. Information Services Division Scotland.

Mayhew, P. (1995); Some methodological issues in victim surveys. In, D. Brereton (Ed.), Crime Victim Survey. Brisbane: Criminal Justice Commission.

Smith, K. & Flatley, J. (Eds); Drug Misuse Declared: Findings from the 2010/11 British Crime Survey. London: the Home Office.


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