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Table PPP-8. Purity of synthetic drugs at retail level, 2005 [see all tables in this series...]

Part (ii) Sources of information

BelgiumIPH, Project 'Composition of drugs in circulation'
BulgariaScience and Research Institute of Criminology and Criminal Law
Czech RepublicPolice Forces and Criminalistic Institute of Prague
DenmarkInstitute of Forensic Medicine, University of Aarhus
GermanyBundeskriminalamt (Federal Criminal Office)
EstoniaEstonia Forensic Service Centre
GreeceCentral Anti-Drug Coordinating Unit/State General Chemical Laboratory
France-ALaboratory of the Scientific Police
LatviaForensic Service Department of the State Police
LithuaniaLithuanian Criminal Police Bureau
LuxembourgJudicial Police, Special Drug Unit
HungaryCriminal Professional and Research Institute
MaltaForensic Science Laboratory
Netherlands-ADIMS Trimbos Institute
Netherlands-BDIMS Trimbos Institute
PolandCentral Forensic Laboratory
PortugalCriminal Police Scientific Laboratory - Toxicology
SlovakiaSlovak Forensic Institute (KEÚ PZ)
Finland-ANational Bureau of Investigation
Finland-BCustoms Laboratory information system
UK (England and Wales)Forensic Science Service
TurkeyGendarme Laboratory
NorwayNational Bureau of Crime Investigation

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