Report

Harm Reduction: Evidence, Impacts and Challenges

April 20, 2010
EMCDDA

This volume includes a variety of perspectives on harm reduction approaches, together with an analysis of the concept's role within drug policies, both in Europe and beyond. Readers may not necessarily agree with all of the arguments made or the conclusiondrawn, but we hope it is perceived as a valuable contribution to the ongoing debate on how to respond to contemporary drug problems in Europe.

CDC Report on the Overdose Crisis

March 12, 2008
Leonard J. Paulozzi, M.D., M.P.H.

Statement by
Leonard J. Paulozzi, M.D., M.P.H.,
Medical Epidemiologist
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

on
Trends in Unintentional Drug Overdose Deaths

before
Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Drugs

Preventing Overdose, Saving Lives

March 1, 2009
Drug Policy Alliance

This report examines the nationwide opioid overdose epidemic and calls for immediate action to address this public health crisis. Evidence-based strategies already exist that can reduce overdose risk, protect Good Samaritans and medical professionals, streamline government response systems, and save lives. A national overdose prevention effort is urgently needed, and this report provides a clear way forward for policymakers seeking a public health approach to the overdose emergency.

Arresting Blacks for Marijuana in California: Possession Arrests, 2006-08

October 2, 2010
Levine, Harry G., et al.

The Drug Policy Alliance and the California State Conference of the NAACP have released a report that documents widespread race-based disparities in the enforcement of low-level marijuana possession laws in California. In the last 20 years, California made 850,000 arrests for possession of small amounts of marijuana, and half a million arrests in the last 10 years. The people arrested were disproportionately African Americans and Latinos, overwhelmingly young people, especially young men. Yet, U.S.

Arresting Latinos for Marijuana in California: Possession Arrests in 33 Cities, 2006-08

October 2, 2010
Levine, Harry G., et al.
Drug Policy Alliance

The Drug Policy Alliance and the William C. Velasquez Institute have released a report that documents widespread race-based disparities in the enforcement of low-level marijuana possession laws in California. In the last 20 years, California made 850,000 arrests for possession of small amounts of marijuana, and half a million arrests in the last 10 years. The people arrested were disproportionately African Americans and Latinos, overwhelmingly young people, especially young men. Yet, U.S.

Report of the 2008 Housing First Task Force

The comprehensive housing first plan detailed in this report identifies components and recommends actions necessary to ameliorate homelessness in communities throughout New Mexico.

Page 8 of 8
Syndicate content