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Table DLO-2. Offence types involved in reports for drug law offences: methods of percentages calculation for drug law offences

Part (ii) Methodological notes

CountriesMethods of percentages calculation and other notes
BelgiumBased on drug offences considered as main offences. Also offences without a specified substance are included
BulgariaBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case. Also drugs and precursors related to supply law offences are included.
Czech RepublicBased on drug offences considered as main offences and drug-related misdemeanours.
Denmark:
GermanyBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
EstoniaBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
IrelandBased on drug offences considered as main offences. The category "other type of offences" includes: Importation, cultivation, obstruction and forged prescription offences.
Greece:
SpainBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
FranceBased on drug offences considered as main offences.
ItalyBased on drug offences considered as main offences.
CyprusBased on drug offences considered as main offences.
LatviaBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case. Data on all the criminal offences and administrative violations are presented in this table.
LithuaniaBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
LuxembourgBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
HungaryBased on all drug offences. All of offences will be recorded separately regardless of being committed by the same offender. The category "other type of offences" includes: Engaged in preparations (10); Supplies materials, equipment and/or accessories for the production of illicit drugs (13) and supplies financial means for the criminal acts (14)..
MaltaBased on drug offences considered as main offences.
NetherlandsBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
AustriaBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
PolandBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
PortugalBased on drug offences considered as main offences.
RomaniaBased on convicted offenders.
SloveniaBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
SlovakiaBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
FinlandBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
SwedenBased on total number of reported drug offences
United KingdomBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
CroatiaBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
Turkey:
NorwayBased on all drug offences: several different drug offences may be involved in one case.
 

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