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STUDY 1999 PDF file 217Kb
Arrest referral breaks drugs-crime cycle
Early UK report clarified what makes for a successful arrest referral scheme based on experience at three schemes which adopted the 'proactive' approach of initiating contact with arrestees or offenders thought to be problem drug users.
STUDY 1999 PDF file 224Kb
Coerced arrest referral as early intervention
UK studies show that 'incentive' schemes (diversion from prosecution for offenders who address their drug use) may intercept the careers of young, casual drug users and avoid costly proceedings but are not applicable to criminally active, dependent users.
REVIEW 1999 HTM file
Barriers to implementing effective correctional drug treatment programs
Expertly describes and evaluates the difficulties of mounting drug treatment programmes in prisons, drawing on the pooled knowledge and experience of leading US researchers on why real-world programmes sometimes fail to live up to expectations based on more ideal-world trials. Though focused on prison, much is relevant also to community sentences.
The unexpected resignations of two counsellors at a US methadone clinic in early 1985 triggered a unique study of the influence of counsellors on their patients’ recovery. Its insight remains relevant today, and the study has been added to the Effectiveness Bank as a piece of ‘old gold’.
STUDY 1966 HTM file
Treatment of skid-row alcoholics with disulfiram
In the early ’60s in Atlanta in the USA, a pioneering trial tested whether faced with the alternative of another spell in jail, ‘skid-row’ repeat drunkenness offenders would take a drug which generates deterrent reactions to alcohol. Most did, belying their supposedly hopeless condition.
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