A 2005-2006 Inventory of Methamphetamine Data in Indiana: Results from a Canvass of Public and Nonprofit Agencies

Services: Survey design, Analytical studies

Research Area: Criminal Justice

Methamphetamine (meth) use, production, and treatment in Indiana represents a major concern for law enforcement, legislators, public safety personnel, social service agencies, and the public in general. An integral component of the Meth-Free Indiana Coalition and the Governor’s Commission for a Drug-Free Indiana initiative is the creation of a central data repository, or data clearinghouse, for Indiana’s meth-related
information. Minimal statewide information is readily available on meth-related prevention, enforcement/containment, and treatment. The initial step in creating the meth data repository involved a canvass of meth-specific data and information currently being collected. The results of this initial inventory are summarized in this report.

(with Bill Newby and Christina Hedges)

 

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Rachel Thelin
Samuel Nunn
  • Samuel Nunn
  • Public Safety Research Director
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