A framework for measuring the performance of drug law enforcement

Law Drugs and alcohol Australia
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It has been estimated that Australia expends between $1.3 and $2 billion annually on drug law enforcement activity. How do we measure the efficiency and effectiveness of this action, particularly when it is just part of the national effort to reduce demand and levels of drug related harm? The paper presents a model which encompassed both a core performance measurement framework built around four high level outcomes and a process for adapting the framework to accommodate the specific needs of the range of DLE agencies operating in different settings around Australia.

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