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The level of violence is higher among this group (people detained by the police) than in the general population, and, of those who were involved in violence in the previous 12 months, around two-thirds were both perpetrators and victims.
This year’s report includes data from two new sites in Melbourne and Darwin, to give a broader picture of drug use and criminal activity across Australia. The report provides comprehensive data for 2006 and trend analysis from the start of the program in 1999. In...
The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) project provides police, policy-makers, criminal justice practitioners and other professionals with systematic empirical data on illegal drug use among people detained and brought to a police station or watchhouse at seven sites throughout Australia. The report provides an...