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Table PPP-9. Composition of illicit drug tablets, 2011

Part (ii) Sources of information

BelgiumBelgian Early Warning System on Drugs, Scientific Institute of Public Health (IPH); Project drugs in circulation
BulgariaNational Research Institute of Forensic Science and Criminology
Czech RepublicForensic Science institute - Prague
DenmarkInstitute of Forensic Medicine, University of Aarhus, Ecstasy Project
GermanyFederal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA): Statistisches Auswerteprogramm Rauschgift (SAR)
EstoniaNational Forensic Science Institute
GreeceGeneral Chemical State Laboratory, Ministry of Finance.
SpainNational Institute of Toxicology
France-AService Commun des Laboratoires (SCL) (Fusion DGCCRF et DGDDI) -Laboratories d'Ile-de-France - Paris-Massy
France-BLaboratoire de la Police Scientifique de Lyon (INPS)
ItalyPolice Scientific Service of the Central Anti-crime Directorate of the State Police. Ministry of the Interior
CyprusForensic Science and Toxicology Laboratory, State General Laboratory
LatviaForensic Research Department of the State Police; LUPA PRO
LuxembourgNational Laboratory of Health / Drug Monitoring System RELIS
HungaryHungarian Institute for Forensic Sciences
MaltaNational Forensic Laboratory
NetherlandsDrugs Information and Monitoring System (DIMS)
AustriaChEck iT! Vienna
PolandCentral Forensic Laboratory
PortugalForensic Laboratory of the Criminal Police
SloveniaMinistry of the Interior - National Forensic Laboratory
SlovakiaForensic Expertise Institute of the Police Corps Presidium, KEÚ PZ
FinlandForensic Laboratory, National Bureau of Investigation
SwedenSwedish National Laboratory of Forensic Science (SKL)
United KingdomForensic Science Service (FSS), Laboratory of the Government Chemist (LGC Forensics), Environmental Services Group, Key Forensic Services Ltd. and Scottish Police Service Authority.
CroatiaForensic Science Centre �Ivan Vucetic� - Ministry of the Interior
TurkeyThe Council of Forensic Medicine
NorwayNational Criminal Investigation Service (Kripos)

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