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The evaluation of drug policy achievements has tended to focus on indicators of process in implementing drug law enforcement strategies – that is, the number of arrests, seizures or punishments. These have not proven to be a good guide to the achievement of real reductions in drug-related health or social problems. For more information, check the IDPC Drug policy Guide.
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