Drug traffic

Report

8 Mar 2019
37

The 2018 Global Overview outlines key trends across the at least 35 countries that retain the death penalty for drug offences in law, and analyses data on death sentences and executions from the last decade

Report

20 Feb 2019
27

For this sixth report, wastewater samples were collected during weeks of June and August 2018. Wastewater analysis was conducted at 58 sites (22 capital city and 36 regional) across all Australian states and territories, covering 13 substances, providing a detailed picture of national drug consumption.

Report

A civil society shadow report
21 Oct 2018
36

This report evaluates the impacts of drug policies implemented across the world over the past decade, using data from the United Nations (UN), complemented with peer-reviewed academic research and grey literature reports from civil society.

Report

9 Oct 2018
163

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission has released the fifth report of the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program. In addition to reporting on national drug consumption, this report includes updated SCORE data which provides international consumption comparisons for a number of drugs monitored by the program....

Report

17 Sep 2018
138

This report shows that drug markets in Australia remain resilient, with enduring demand for illicit drugs, particularly illicit stimulants - a clear sign that the 'war on drugs' will never work and a more rational, health-based approach is required from law enforcement agencies and political...

Statistics

11 Apr 2018
146

The data in this report was collected as part of the Australian Institute of Criminology’s Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) program, which is a quarterly collection of criminal justice and drug use information from police detainees at multiple sites across Australia.

Report

11 Apr 2018
93

Predicting market influences supports government, law enforcement and health sectors to proactively develop strategies to address future challenges in the Australian illicit drug market.

Report

4 Apr 2018
141

This is the fourth in a series of nine National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program reports to be publicly released by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission. The program aims to deliver on the recommendations of the Final Report of the National Ice Taskforce.

Report

Findings from the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IRDS)
17 Jan 2018
7

The Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS) is intended to serve as a monitoring system, identifying emerging trends of local and national concern in illicit drug markets.

Report

14 Dec 2017
127

The National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program is a key initiative in establishing an objective evidence base on illicit drug use and the level of use of a number of legitimate substances.

Report

6 Sep 2017
491

This report's focus is on law enforcement, or supply reduction measures to address crystal methamphetamine (ice) use in Australia.

Report

27 Jul 2017
223

The July 2017 report is the second in a series of nine public reports. This data provides statistically valid datasets of methylamphetamine usage and distribution patterns across 37 sites in capital city and regional areas across all states and territories except South Australia and the...

Report

11 Jul 2017
14

This report argues that the policy response to Mexican organised crime will need to be more agile than the measures contained in Australia’s current National Organised Crime Response Plan.

Report

30 Jun 2017
322

This report shows the international mail stream continues to account for the greatest proportion of the number of illicit drug detections at the Australian border.

Report

26 Mar 2017
201

The National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program will provide leading-edge, coordinated national research and intelligence on illicit drugs and licit drugs that can be abused, with a specific focus on methylamphetamine and 12 other substances.

Wastewater analysis is widely applied internationally as a tool to...

Report

Findings from the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IRDS)
14 Mar 2017
197

Summary

The Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS) is a national illicit drug monitoring system intended to identify emerging trends of local and national concern in illicit drug markets. The IDRS consists of three components: interviews with people who inject drugs regularly (PWID); interviews...

Report

11 May 2016
183

Overview

Over the past decade Mexican drug cartels’ power and the violent struggles between them have increased exponentially. Previously Mexico, and in particular the border regions with the US, were the key battle grounds for control of distribution routes. However, today Mexican drug...

Report

4 Apr 2016
67

The 2016 EU Drug Markets Report provides a unique insight into the operation of illicit drug markets in the EU. The report assesses the impact of the drug market on society and the factors driving it. It explores the market for cannabis, heroin, cocaine, amphetamines,...

Report

14 Dec 2015
89

Foreword

Cannabis is the most prolifically used illicit drug in Australia, however, there is a gap in our understanding concerning the social interactions and friendships formed around its supply and use.

The authors recruited cannabis users aged between 18 and 30 years...

Report

30 Nov 2015
40

The Illicit Drug Monitoring System (IDMS) was established in 2005 to provide annual ‘snapshots’ of emerging drug use, ongoing drug trends, drug markets and drug related harm in New Zealand. The findings from the IDMS are intended to inform strategic and policy responses to drug...

Overview

 

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