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Table DLO-0. Drug law offences

Part (i) Data source: name of institution and name of monitoring system/study

CountryData source: name of institution and name of monitoring system/study
BelgiumFederal Police; drug offences registered by the police.
BulgariaMinistry of Interior - General Directorate "Police"; arrests for drug law offences and General Directorate "Combating Organized Crime"; arrests for drug and precursors related law offences.
Czech RepublicCzech Supply Reduction Focal Point: Czech Republic Police Forces and General Directory of Customs. Criminal Statistics Record System of the Police of the Czech Republic (crime offences) and Statistics of the Ministry of the Interior - Department for General Administration (administrative offences)
DenmarkNational Commissioner of Police
GermanyBundeskriminalamt (Federal Criminal Police Office)/Polizeiliche Kriminalstatistik (PKS)
EstoniaMinistry of Justice: State Register of Criminal Matters
IrelandCentral Statistics Office
GreeceCentral Anti-Drug Coordinating Unit
SpainCentro de Inteligencia contra el Crimen Organizado (CICO). Secretaría de Estado de Seguridad. Ministerio del interior.
FranceOffice central du trafic illicite de stupéfiants (OCRTIS)
ItalyDepartment for Civil Administration Personnel Policies and for Instrumental and Financial Resources. Ministry of Internal Affairs - Central Directorate for Anti-Drug Services. Ministry of Interior
CyprusDrug Law Enforcement Unit of the Cyprus Police
LatviaInformation Centre of the Ministry of Interior
LithuaniaCriminal Police Bureau
LuxembourgRELIS Drug Monitoring System
HungaryUnified Criminal Statistics of the Investigation Authorities and the Public Prosecution (ENYÜBS)
MaltaPolice Force
NetherlandsNational database OMDATA; Public Prosecutor; Analysis conducted by the Research and Documentation Centre (WODC); Ministry of Security and Justice
AustriaFederal Ministry of the Interior; Police data.
PolandPolice Headquarter
PortugalInstitute on Drugs and Drug Addiction - IDT,I.P./DMFRI
RomaniaSuperior Council of Magistracy
SloveniaGeneral Police Directorate
SlovakiaMinistry of Justice
FinlandNational Bureau of Investigation, Source: Polstat Law Enforcement Statistics database, Ministry of the Interior
SwedenNational Council for Crime Prevention
United KingdomMinistry of Justice, Scottish Government & Northern Ireland Police Service
CroatiaMinistry of the Interior
TurkeyLaw Enforcement Agencies: National Police, Gendarmerie & Customs
NorwayStatistics Norway

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