Critical Analyses, Musings and General Observations on Malaysian and International Health Law. All views are mine unless expressly stated otherwise.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Malaysian Police Views of Harm Reduction for Persons who Use Drugs

Last week, on 30-31 May 2012, I was in Canterbury for the International Society for the Study of Drug Policy conference and presented on Malaysian Police Views of Harm Reduction. 52.8% of respondents stated that they would seize state-provided needles-and-syringes. They also recommended that police change their KPIs from "persons arrested" to "persons arrested diverted to treatment." The full paper can be accessed here:

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