Guidance

Secure setting drug and alcohol treatment business definitions

Business definitions for secure setting drug and alcohol treatment providers to input data onto the national drug treatment monitoring system (NDTMS).

Documents

Adult and young people's drug and alcohol secure settings business definitions: core dataset O

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Adult and young people's drug and alcohol secure settings business definitions: core dataset N

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Details

These documents contain business definitions for secure setting drug and alcohol treatment providers to use when collecting and submitting data to the NDTMS.

Secure settings include:

  • prisons
  • immigration removal centres
  • secure children’s homes
  • welfare only homes
  • youth offender institutions
  • secure training centres

They are part of a collection of documents that support the reporting requirements for the NDTMS dataset.

Published 1 March 2017
Last updated 9 July 2018 + show all updates
  1. Updated report with minor amendments uploaded to replace the original report.
  2. Updated adult and young people's secure settings business definitions.
  3. First published.