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ACMD public event: open meeting on 11 April 2014

The ACMD invites members of the public to its open meeting on Friday 11 April 2014.

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The Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs invites members of the public to its open meeting on Friday 11 April 2014. There will be an opportunity for attendees to provide feedback to the ACMD and participate in a question and answer session.

Attending the meeting

The meeting will be held at the address below, commencing at 2:30pm and concluding at 3:45pm.

Dexter House
No.2 Royal Mint Court
Tower Hill

The meeting agenda will be made available at the meeting.

Attendance is free, but by registration only, as places are limited. Places will be issued on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis. To register to attend, please complete the registration form and email it to the ACMD Secretariat.

Alternatively, contact the ACMD Secretariat at:

ACMD Secretariat
3rd floor (SW quarter)
Seacole building
2 Marsham Street

Tel: 020 7035 1121


The ACMD is a statutory and non-executive non-departmental public body, established by the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. The ACMD has a statutory duty to keep under review the situation in the United Kingdom with respect to the misuse of drugs and to advise ministers of the measures which they consider should to be taken to deal with social problems which arise from drug misuse.

In addition, the ACMD has a duty to consider any matter relating to drug dependence or misuse that may be referred to them by ministers. The Home Secretary is obliged by law to consult the ACMD before laying orders or making regulations.

Published 1 April 2014