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Health and Social Care Committee
Inquiry launched on Monday 4 February 2019. Oral evidence concluded. Report in preparation.
The Committee is seeking written submissions on the health consequences of illicit drugs policy including on:
Health and harms:
Prevention and early intervention:
Treatment and harm reduction:
Evidence given by Jason Harwin, Deputy Chief Constable, National Police Chief Council, Dr Wojciech Spyt, Detective Sergeant, Thames Valley Police, Hardyal Dhindsa, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, Stephanie Kilili, Policy Advisor, Office of the Durham Police, Crime and Victims’ CommissionerMark Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, User Voice, Emily Giles, Policy and Communications Coordinator, ADFAM, Kerrie Hudson, Operational Lead, The Well
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Health and Social Care Committee examines current drugs policy