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To view this licence, visit nationalarchives. Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned. Foreword My independent review of drugs, commissioned in February by Sajid Javid then Home Secretarywas to be in iw phases, an up-to-date analysis of the problems and then recommended policy solutions. This publication summarises the work from phase one, which included many months of rigorous and groundbreaking analysis to understand the complex and overlapping markets for illegal drugs. I took a market approach because the supply of drugs is driven by profit, and violence is often the result of competition for market share. Only by understanding the market and the drivers behind it can Government hope to disrupt it.
Many Government officials, organisations and individuals gave us of their time and expertise, and my challenge group held up a very necessary mirror to the work.
However, prison treatment is operating in a challenging environment, with a high turnover of prisoners who have limited contact with family and friends and little purposeful activity. A prolonged shortage of funding has resulted in a loss of skills, expertise and capacity from this sector. But there are also big variations in the degree to with Local Authorities have prioritised spend in this area and commissioned effective services.
Use has increased across a wide range of demographic groups, but much of the increase in the of users has been driven by white males aged under This problem is concentrated mostly in male local and category C prisons but there is ificant variation between establishments, linked to the quality of the prison generally. Higher levels of use are associated with lower incomes and more deprived areas.
All of this means that, even if more funding became available which is vitalthere would be a lot of work to do to build up capacity and expertise in the market.
The NCA has absorbed a range of responsibilities from the various organisations it subsumed or replaced. The dark web has also become an important source of retail supply, lf for NPS outside of synthetic cannabinoids.
Spending on treatment has reduced ificantly because Local Government budgets have been squeezed and central Government funding and oversight has fallen away. More than a third of people in prison are there due to crimes relating to drug use mostly acquisitive crime.
The powder cocaine market in the UK is dominated by Albanian Organised Crime Groups, with their supply network stretching all the way from the source country to individual towns and cities. Most drugs consumed in the UK are produced abroad. The increases have been primarily driven by deaths involving heroin, which have more than doubled sincealongside a five-fold increase in deaths involving cocaine or crack cocaine.
Children and young people are widely involved in the most violent segments of the drugs market, such as the retail supply of heroin and crack cocaine. It is a very violent business model, both for victims and between groups. Treatment providers often have to prioritise the severe needs of the long-term heroin using population, meaning that services for other drug users have had less investment.
The dramatic increase in violence associated with the growth of the county lines model has led to an increased focus by police forces most affected but this is mostly to tackle the violence and to seize weapons, rather than drugs.
There are some welcome developments, such as the investment in new detection capabilities. Synthetic drugs, in principle, can be produced anywhere. Investing more in this area should be a key focus for Government, given the key role profits play in driving supply.
The sheer volume of regular parcels makes the risk profiling approaches used for container searches more difficult. Efforts to find and convict drug dealers is largely discretionary for police forces, whereas responding to crimes reported by victims is not, so the former activity has been squeezed. Some 27, young people now identify as gang members, many drawn into drug dealing, often with deadly consequences as the supply and distribution of drugs have become increasingly violent.
The areas receiving the largest of lines are coastal and market towns, such as those in the South East and East of England. The NTA was tly able to HO and DH Ministers and was given responsibility for overseeing spending of a pooled treatment budget, introduced to supplement local spending. Cannabis poses a large of health risks, WWhat psychological and respiratory disorders, particularly given recent increases in potency.
However, community sentences and drug rehabilitation requirements have reduced dramatically over the last five years, despite an increase in problematic drug use.
Border Force faces competing priorities that are subject to change as political priorities shift and has limited resources. Accessing treatment is, of course, only one of the transition problems on leaving prison. We also need to understand where and how Government has intervened and to what effect. Part One - the illicit drugs market 5.
At the retail level, the powder cocaine market is associated with less violence than the markets for heroin and crack, although the supply chain internationally is extremely violent.
We have the highest of rough sleepers dying on our streets from drug poisoning since records began. There has been a renewed focus in recent years by the NCA and police forces on drugs in response to the serious violence caused by the county lines model.
The overall volume of legitimate parcel traffic has increased ificantly over recent years, making it increasingly difficult for law enforcement agencies to detect and intercept all but a fraction of suspicious packages. Those who are accessing treatment interventions have complex needs, including poor mental health, self-harm, offending and experience of sexual exploitation. There are ificant problems with the transition of prisoners to community treatment on release.
Drug deaths in were the highest on record 2, There is a very tragic human story behind this market analysis. Social media has played a facilitating role. It is a similar picture for the supply of cannabis.
Border Force is intercepting a small but ificant proportion of illegal drugs entering the country but there is an inherent problem in penetrating supply further, given the sheer of routes into the country, modes of transport and volume of traffic. Inaround 1 in 3 people sentenced for supplying crack cocaine and 1 in 4 sentenced for supplying heroin were aged under A conviction can have a lasting negative impact on a young person and their wider life chancesrisking them being caught up in a cycle of crime and violence.
These prisoners are generally cycling in and out of prison, serving short sentences, largely for theft.
Statistics on treatment in prison show almost all prisoners seeking treatment are triaged within three weeks and treated within a further three weeks. All of these economic and social factors have coincided with the lline availability of social media. There are huge geographical variations.
This appears to be occurring across a wide range of substances and across most demographics. Like in the adult social care market, drug treatment providers have been squeezed, staff are paid relatively badly and there has Whwt high turnover in the sector and a depletion of skills, with the of medics, psychologists, nurses and social workers in the field falling ificantly.
The drugs market consists of a of distinct but overlapping product markets.
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