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Drug addiction intervention programme in police courts in Madrid and Asturias

Quality level: 1

Process evaluation

Operational objectives

Process indicators

1) Number of people aided in prison cells. 2) Number of people aided in offices. 3) Number of interviews conducted. 4) Number of urine samples taken to detect drugs.

Number of interviews with court agents: judges, prosecutors, forensics, lawyers. Number of social resource professionals.

Number of reports and follow-up reports on judicial measures. Number of procedural measures. Number of coordination measures.

Instruments used

Type of instrument Name of instrument
Program specific instruments used (e.g. self-constructed collection instrument)

The PDF contains the full intervention description including additional contact information.

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Page last updated: Friday, 20 January 2012