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The latest New Zealand Arrestee Drug Use Monitoring Programme Report (NZ-ADUM) has found that 41 % of people detained by police had been drinking prior to their arrest. The NZ-ADUM study is an annual Massey University study that has been funded by Police since 2010. During the 2013 study 848 detainees were...
The aim of the New Zealand Arrestee Drug Use Monitoring (NZ‐ADUM) is to monitor trends in alcohol and drug use among police detainees and investigate the role alcohol and drug use plays in criminal offending. The 2011 NZ‐ADUM interviewed 828 police detainees at Whangarei, Auckland Central, Wellington Central and Christchurch...
The aim of the New Zealand Arrestee Drug Use Monitoring (NZ‐ADUM) to measure the level of alcohol and drug use by police detainees and investigate the role alcohol and drug use plays in criminal offending. NZADUM also monitors trends in drug use and drug markets; documents alcohol and drug related harm;...
The New Zealand Arrestee Drug Use Monitoring (NZ-ADUM) study monitors levels of alcohol and other drug use, and related criminal offending, among police detainees in Whangarei, Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch central city police stations (see Wilkins et al., 2010b). NZ-ADUM tracks key drugs of concern, including...
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