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Drug testing on arrest-who benefits?

Health & Justice

Jan 18, 2020

Marc ConnorDavid Pevalin

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Drugs and crime are linked and diversion from the criminal justice system into drug treatment is a well-established policy response. The point of arrest is a pivotal moment to initiate a drug-specific intervention. This paper assesses the impact of the introduction of drug testing on ar...read more

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Aret protein, Drosophila
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Drug testing on arrest-who benefits?

Health & Justice

Jan 18, 2020

Marc ConnorDavid Pevalin

PMID: 31950292

DOI: 10.1186/s40352-019-0103-z

Abstract

Drugs and crime are linked and diversion from the criminal justice system into drug treatment is a well-established policy response. The point of arrest is a pivotal moment to initiate a drug-specific intervention. This paper assesses the impact of the introduction of drug testing on ar...read more

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Cell Cycle Arrest
Substance Abuse Detection
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Aret protein, Drosophila
Patient Engagement:
Pharmacologic Substance
Professional Occupation Status
Study Activity
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Pharmacotherapy
5

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