Official Statistics

Drug Misusing Offenders: results from the 2009 cohort for England and Wales

This report presents the latest annual statistics on the proven offending of individuals identified as Class A drug-misusing individuals

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Drug Misusing Offenders: Results from the 2009 cohort for England and Wales

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Supplementary data tables - Drug Misusing Offenders: Results from the 2009 cohort for England and Wales

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Charts - Drug Misusing Offenders: Results from the 2009 cohort for England and Wales

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This report presents the latest annual statistics on the proven offending of individuals (aged 18 and over) identified as Class A drug-misusing offenders. Both drug use and offending can be difficult to measure and the relationship between drug use and offending is complex.

The data presented in this report are intended to provide a proxy measure which indicates the level of proven offending by known (Class A) drug-misusing individuals who have been identified through their contact with the Criminal Justice System (CJS).