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NCJ Number: 30653 Find in a Library
Title: IMPORTANCE OF NARCOTICS IN RELATION TO CRIMINALITY CONFERENCE OF DIRECTORS OF CRIMINOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTES, 11TH, STRASBOURG, 25-28 NOVEMBER 1974
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Place Broglie
Council of Europe
Librarie Berger-Levrault
France
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 227
Type: Conference Material
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: France
Annotation: CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS ON SEVERAL DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF DRUG USE AND ABUSE WITH CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR.
Abstract: DISCUSSION TOPICS INCLUDE THE REACTIONS OF GOVERNMENTS AND INDIVIDUALS TO THE DRUG-TAKING PHENOMENON (INCLUDING HISTORICAL REACTIONS); THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DRUG MISUSE AND OVERT CRIMINALITY; AND REACTIONS OF DOCTORS TO THE DRUG PROBLEM, PARTICULARLY WITH RESPECT TO THE THERAPY AND REHABILITATION OF JUVENILE DELINQUENT DRUG ADDICTS. MOST OF THE MATERIAL REFERS TO THE EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE, ALTHOUGH EVENTS AND REACTIONS TO DRUG ABUSE IN THE UNITED STATES SERVE FOR EXAMPLES.
Index Term(s): Comparative analysis; Drug Related Crime; Europe; Juvenile drug use; Workshops and seminars
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