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Enhancing Police Skills on Novel Psychoactive Substances (Nps)

Research problem

Although illicit drugs’ misuse in Europe has recently stabilised, significant changes recently occurred in the EU drugs market

Objective

The overall aim of the Project is to contribute at enhancing a knowledge-based joint EU approach to effectively addressing the rapid spread of NPS.

Activities

Management and coordination,
Generation of data and knowledge,
Visibility and information sharing,
Cooperation.

Outputs/Deliverables

Virtual library, Final reports, International workshops, Manual on best practices of handling on NPS-related cases etc..

Intermediate reports are now available

Read or download the full reports

Final conference of the eps/nps project on 16th november 2016 at Fielder Centre Hatfield, Uk

Novel psychoactive substances/NPS; clinical, pharmacological, analytical chemistry, toxicity, legislative, and criminological issues

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This website has been produced with the financial support of the Drug Prevention and Information Programme of the European Union. The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of RiSSC and Co-beneficiaries under the EPS/NPS Project and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission. Project EPS/NPS-Enhancing Police Skills concerning Novel Psychoactive Substances, with the financial support of the European Commission – Targeted call on cross border law enforcement cooperation in the field of drug trafficking – DG Justice/DG Migrations and Home Affairs (JUST/2013/ISEC/DRUGS/AG/6429).