Public programme evaluation studies

Since 1999, the OFDT has been evaluating drug-related public policy. The studies conducted are of themes that are of particular interest for current public policy strategies or "key" measures or programmes, or of areas that present an approach to assessing the plans of the French government.

Until now, the work performed has been on a variety of subjects, such as: treatment; prisoner treatment; counselling clinics for young users (CJC); opioid substitution treatments (OST); Harm Reduction (HR); prevention; law enforcement and the penal response; governmental policy evaluation.

Results

The ban on sales of alcohol and tobacco to minors
Tendances N° 87, September 2013

Awareness courses on the dangers of drug and alcohol use
Tendances N° 81, June 2012

The criminalization of drug use in France
Tendances N° 72, October 2010

Three-year assessment of the counselling cannabis clinics for young users (2005-2007)
Tendances N° 63, December 2008

The initial prescription of methadone in health establishments
Tendances N° 60, April 2008

Substitution and reincarceration - Elements for an analysis of a complex relationship
Tendances N° 57, December 2007

Initial assessment of outpatient visits to the cannabis abuse clinics
Tendances N° 50, September 2006

Excessive use of alcohol and local medical practice - The promotion of early detection and short-term intervention (RPIB)
Tendances N° 47, March 2006

Implementation of the Evin Law in schools : initial survey results
Tendances N° 21, May 2002

Trends in the care of drug addicts - Survey among general practitioners in 2001 and comparison 92-95-98-2001
Tendances N° 20, March 2002

Drugs in Europe

2016 EMCDDA European Drug Report

- Drug facts, figures and analyses: across Europe and by country
- Latest trends and legal, political and social responses
- Selected issues: Vulnerable groups of young people; National drug-related research in Europe; Towards a better understanding of drug-related public expenditure in Europe

Country situation summaries

The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) website has a concise overview for each EU Member State on their national drug situation, as well as legal texts in their original formats, an indispensable tool for monitoring and analysing legislative developments in the Member States.

The European Union and the drug phenomenon

The European Union & the drug phenomenon : Frequently asked questions , joint publication between the EMCDDA and the European Commission, october 2010, 12 p.