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Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program

The US National Institute of Justice's Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program tracks trends in the prevalence and types of drug use among booked arrestees in urban areas. The data play an important role in assembling the US picture of drug abuse in the arrestee population and have been a central component in studying the links between drug use and crime.

International Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (I-ADAM) program

The International Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (I-ADAM) program is envisioned as a research partnership among criminal justice organizations across the world. The goal of I-ADAM is to develop a standardized international drug surveillance system that will provide researchers the ability to compare the prevalence of drug use among arrestees in different nations, and allow researchers to assess the consequences of drug abuse within and across national boundaries.

National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre

The NCPIC provides the latest research and cannabis information. NCPIC offer free evidence-based resources about cannabis for young people, health workers, parents, teachers and academics.

AIC Bulletins published by NCPIC

Evidence-based papers produced by the Australian Institute of Criminology.

AIC Library catalogue - Drugs and crime

A selection of international and domestic reports, books and journal articles. All items are available on interlibrary loan through the JV Barry Library. Please contact your own library for assistance. You can be notified of new alerts by email. You can register here, or alternatively contact the library.