National Statistics

Seizures of drugs in England and Wales, 2009 to 2010

This publication contains figures for seizures of drugs made in 2009/10 by local police forces and the UK Border Agency.

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Seizures of Drugs in England and Wales, 2009/10

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Data tables - Seizures of Drugs in England and Wales, 2009/10

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Home Office Statistical Bulletin 17/10 contains figures for seizures of drugs made in 2009/10 by local police forces and the UK Border Agency (UKBA) within England and Wales. There are two main measures of drug seizures; number of seizures made and the quantity seized.

In 2009/10 there were 224,080 drug seizures made in England and Wales by the police and the UKBA, a decrease of seven per cent since 2008/09 when a record 241,473 seizures were made.