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10 things about alcohol and other drugs you may have missed 30 June 2014

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10 things about alcohol and other drugs you may have missed 30 June 2014 Andrew Brown Director of Policy, Influence and Engagement DrugScope @andrewbrown365


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The amount of khat that was being imported to the UK every week from Kenya Source: http://www.worldpress.org/Africa/4013.cfm 80 tons bringing in $470,000 per consignment Photo by Flickr user eesti


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Numbers of under 18s in treatment for cannabis as primary substance Source: http://www.nta.nhs.uk/uploads/annualypstatistics2012-13-final[0].pdf 50% increase over the period


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Issues surrounding alcohol cost employers with 200 staff around ?38,000 a year through absence and performance issues Source: http://www.hrmagazine.co.uk/hro/news/1144882/unclear-drug-alcohol-policies-problematic-warn-experts Photo by Flickr user Annie Mole


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Defendants proceeded against at magistrate courts and found guilty at all courts for drink-driving offences, England and Wales, 2009 to 2013 Includes the following offences under the Road Traffic Act 1988: Driving or attempting to drive a mechanically propelled vehicle while unfit to drive through drink or drugs—drink; Being in charge of mechanically propelled vehicle while unfit to drive through drink or drugs—Drink; Driving or attempting to drive a motor vehicle while having a breath, blood or urine alcohol concentration in excess of the prescribed limit; In charge of a motor vehicle while having a breath, blood or urine alcohol concentration in excess of the prescribed limit; Failing without reasonable excuse to provide a specimen of breath for a preliminary test; Driving or attempting to drive a motor vehicle and failing to without a reasonable excuse provide a specimen for a laboratory test or two specimens for analysis of breath; In charge of a motor vehicle and failing without reasonable excuse to provide a specimen for a laboratory test or two specimens for analysis of breath; Failing to allow specimen of blood to be subjected to laboratory test: (a) driving or attempting to drive, (b) all other cases. Source: http://www.theyworkforyou.com/wrans/?id=2014-06-24a.200852.h


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Typical odds ratios for injury or death as a result of a car crash while under the influence of alcohol, medicinal or recreational drugs Source: Drug use, impaired driving and traffic accidents, second edition EMCDDA, Lisbon, June 2014


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Number of positive checks for drunk drivers per 1,000 inhabitants (2009) Source: Drink Driving: Towards Zero Tolerance, European Transport Safety Council (2012) NB – BAC limits for UK higher than other countries and number of roadside tests lower than other counties 12% of those tested in UK above legal limit against a 3.6% average


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Proportion of population able to name the correct alcohol level allowed for driving Source: EU citizens’ attitudes towards alcohol, Eurobarometer 2010


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495,000 The estimated number of 15 – 24 year olds in the UK who took a New Psychoactive Substance (NPS) last year Source: Young people and drugs - Flash Eurobarometer 401 - Fieldwork: 03–23/06/2014


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What do young people (15-24 years) think we should do about NPS Source: Young people and drugs - Flash Eurobarometer 401 - Fieldwork: 03–23/06/2014


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Changes in UK young people’s (15-24 years) perceptions on what is effective in reducing drug harms Source: Young people and drugs - Flash Eurobarometer 401 (2014) and 330 (2010)


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