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Table PPP-6. Purity of heroin at retail level, 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 RepublicPolice Forces and Criminalistic Institute of Prague
DenmarkInstitute of Forensic Medicine, University of Aarhus (Street drug study)
GermanyFederal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA): Statistisches Auswerteprogramm Rauschgift (SAR)
EstoniaForensic Science Institute
GreeceState General Chemical Laboratory-3rd Chemical Service of Athens / Central Anti-drug Coordinating Unit
SpainDrugs National Central Office, Ministry of Interior
FranceLaboratoire de la Police Scientifique de Lyon (INPS)
ItalyCentral Directorate of Anticrime Police Forces; Ministry of the Interior
LatviaForensic Research Department of the State Police; LUPA PRO
LithuaniaForensic Service, Criminal Police Bureau
LuxembourgSpecial Drug Unit of the Judicial Police, RELIS / National Laboratory of Health
HungaryInstitute for Forensic Sciences
MaltaForensic Science Laboratory
NetherlandsDIMS Trimbos Institute
AustriaFederal Ministry of Interior
PortugalForensic Laboratory of the Criminal Police
RomaniaGeneral Inspectorate of the National Police - Directorate for Countering Organized crime / Central Laboratory for Analysis and Profile of Drugs
SloveniaMinistry of the Interior - Forensic Science Centre
SlovakiaForensic Expertise Institute of the Police Corps Presidium, KEÚ PZ
FinlandForensic Laboratory, National Bureau of Investigation
SwedenSKL, Swedish National Laboratory of Forensic Science
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 Center "Ivan Vucetic". Ministry of the Interior
TurkeyThe Council of Forensic Medicine
NorwayNational Bureau of Crime Investigation

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