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Lower tariff Drug Testing order (DTTO) pilots in Lothian and Borders: process evaluation published

2010 July 2
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by Mary Munro

Update

“Addicts to receive treatment orders over prison” Law Society Journal Online

Following posted on 12.1.09

“Drop in DTTOs ‘disappointing’” Law Society Journal Online

Following posted on 21.7.08

“Drug addicts choosing prison instead of kicking their habit” Evening News
“Nine out of 10 offenders handed court orders over drugs” Herald

Following posted on 2.6.08

“Criminal drug test scheme starts” BBC (June 2008)

Following posted on 11.7.07

“Treatment orders to cover ‘low tariff’ drugs” Herald

Following posted on 14.3.05

“Treatment orders to cover ‘low tariff’ drugs” Herald

Press release

“Drug treatment and testing” Scottish Government (June 2008)

See also

Process Evaluation of the Drug Treatment and Testing Orders II (DTTO II) Pilots (Full report, July 2010) | Research findings summary

Margaret Smith (Edinburgh West) (LD): To ask the Scottish Executive for each year since 2001 how many drug treatment and testing orders were (a) issued and (b) breached and what the re-offending rate was, also broken down by local authority area.

Fife Council 9.3.05: Reconviction following drug treatment and testing orders.
Scot. Exec. Social Research 2004: Reconviction following drug treatment and testing orders

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