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Author Poyser, Carmel

Title Drug driving among police detainees in three states of Australia : final report : a study funded by the National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund / prepared by Carmel Poyser ... [and others]
Published Canberra : Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing, 2002


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  362.290994 Nat  2002/50  AVAILABLE
Description xii, 79 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series Monograph series / National Drug Strategy ; no. 50
Monograph series (National Drug Strategy (Australia) ; no. 50
Contents Introduction -- 1. Brief overview of current epidemiological research -- 2. Current study: Drug driving in police detainees -- 3. Comparison between traffic and other detainees -- 4. Characteristics of drug positive traffic detainees -- 5. Self-reported illicit drug driving in police detainees -- 6. Development of countermeasures for drug driving -- Conclusions
Summary This document reports on the extent of drug use among traffic detainees, the characteristics of these detainees, potential legislative approaches to drug driving, and options for monitoring and research
Analysis Electronic resource
Notes "Publication approval number: 3169"--p. [ii]
Prepared for the Australian Institute of Criminology and the Queensland Police Service
"National Drug Strategy"--Cover
"August 2002"
The three states in the survey are New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia
Bibliography References: pages 58-60
Notes Also available in an electronic version via the Internet. Address as of 03/04/2003:
A study funded by the National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund
Monograph series (National Drug Strategy (Australia)) no:50 1322-5049
Subject Criminals -- Drug use -- Australia.
Drug abuse surveys -- Australia.
Prisoners -- Drug use -- Australia
Drugged driving -- Australia.
Motor ability -- Effect of drugs on.
Author Poyser, Carmel
Australian Institute of Criminology.
Queensland Police Service.
National Drug Strategy (Australia)
Australia. Department of Health and Ageing.
ISBN 0642821739