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pdf 2015 National Drug Threat Assessment Summary Popular

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2015 National Drug Threat Assessment Summary

Source: U.S. Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration (Unclassified Document)

Abstract original: The 2015 National Drug Threat Assessment (NDTA) is a comprehensive assessment of the threat posed to the United States by the tracking and use of illicit drugs. The drug section of this report is arranged in ranking order based on the level of threat each drug presents. The threat level for each drug is determined by strategic analysis of the domestic drug situation during 2014, based on law enforcement, intelligence, and public health data available for the period. For instance, each day in the United States, over 120 people die as a result of a drug overdose. In particular, the number of deaths attributable to controlled prescription drugs (CPDs) has outpaced those for cocaine and heroin combined.

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Audio slideshow: Mexico drug violence

Source: BBC News

Date: February, 2009.

Summary: Mexico is in the grip of vicious drug-related violence as traffickers battle each other and the authorities. Nowhere has seen more bloodshed than Ciudad Juarez, a sprawling city on the US-Mexico border. The city's police chief stepped down on Friday after gangs acted on their threat to kill one of his officers every two days until he quit. US-based photojournalist Nadav Neuhaus visited Juarez in December to document life there.

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Basic Facts about the War on Drugs

Autor: Clifford A. Schaffer

Resumen: Datos básicos sobre uso, consumo, prohibición y tributación de drogas legales e ilegales con especial énfasis en el caso estadounidense. 

pdf Border Patrol Drug Seizures Popular

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Border Patrol Drug Seizures

Autor: Common Sense for Drug Policy

Resumen: Estadísticas de los decomisos de drogas en la frontera de México y Texas en 2005 y 2006.

default Charts and Graphs About the Drug War Popular

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Charts and Graphs About the Drug War

Resumen: Tablas y gráficas con cifras diversas sobre la guerra contra las drogas en Estados Unidos.

pdf Contemporary Asian Drug Policy: Insights and Opportunities for Change

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Contemporary Asian Drug Policy: Insights and Opportunities for Change

Título completo: Contemporary Asian Drug Policy: Insights and Opportunities for Change

Autor: Bryce Pardo, Beau Kilmer, Wenjing Huang

Fecha de publicación: 2019

Institución participante: RAND International

Fragmento original: Preface Countries in Asia have typically addressed illicit drug supply and use with harsh punishments, including compulsory treatment and the death penalty. The region has long espoused the goal of creating a drug-free society, a goal that has been abandoned in other parts of the globe for being infeasible. Like many other places in the world, there are emerging discussions in Asia about policies to reduce drug use and trafficking. This report aims to help inform policymakers and the public by describing the illicit drug situation for selected Association of Southeast Asian Nations + 3 countries (China, Japan, and South Korea). The authors present three case studies related to the shifting drug and drug policy landscape in Asia: (1) the violent crackdown on drug users and sellers in the Philippines, (2) Thailand’s shift from a similar crackdown toward an alternative approach of reducing criminal sanctions for drug use and improving access to medication treatment and needle exchange, and (3) China’s emergence as a major source of many new chemical precursors and drugs that are exported outside Asia.

pdf De la represión a la regulación Popular

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De la represión a la regulación

Propuestas para reformar las políticas contra las drogas. Hans Mathieu y Catalina Guarnizo (Editores), Friedrich Ebert Stiftung

La incapacidad del régimen prohibicionista para reducir los daños generados a usuarios y a terceros por el consumo, y la violencia asociada a las actividades del crimen organizado, obligan a pensar en nuevas alternativas de política pública. En el escenario actual es razonable plantear que los objetivos de cualquier estrategia para enfrentar al narcotráfico deben ser la reducción y minimización de los daños causados por las drogas y por las políticas actuales para reprimirlas, a los consumidores y a terceros que no consumen; la reducción sustancial de los recursos que hoy perciben el crimen organizado y otros actores ilegales por el negocio; y la maximización de los ingresos relacionados con las drogas que obtendría el estado, respetando los objetivos anteriores, para financiar políticas de prevención y de salud pública y la lucha contra los actores del crimen organizado.

pdf Drug Violence in Mexico. Data and Analysis Through 2013 Popular

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Drug Violence in Mexico. Data and Analysis Through 2013

By Justice in Mexico Project

This is one of a series of special reports that have been published on a semi-annual by Justice in Mexico since 2010, each of which examines issues related to crime and violence, judicial sector reform, and human rights in Mexico. The Drug Violence in Mexico report series examines patterns of crime and violence attributable to organized crime, and particularly drug trafficking organizations in Mexico. This report was authored by Kimberly Heinle, Octavio Rodríguez Ferreira, and David A. Shirk, and builds on the work of past reports in this series. The report was formally released on April 10, 2014 and was made possible by the generous support of The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. This report does not represent the views or opinons of the University of San Diego or the sponsoring organization.

pdf Editorial: Two Dogs Dead, a Family Traumatized, Another Day in the Drug War Popular

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Editorial: Two Dogs Dead, a Family Traumatized, Another Day in the Drug War

Autor: David Borden

Fecha: 8/1/08

Fragmento del original: This newsletter has reported or opined on the issue of paramilitarization of policing many times. This week that outrage struck in my own figurative backyard. At 7:00pm Wednesday, in the tiny DC suburb of Berwyn Heights, a SWAT team from the Prince Georges County, Maryland, police department, stormed a home, killed two dogs, then handcuffed one of the homeowners and his mother-in-law on the floor for hours as the dogs' blood drained around them.

That homeowner happened to be the mayor of the town, a fact which has drawn a lot of attention to the incident. Unfortunately, as reckless as this police squad's actions were, and as tragic the outcome, it is by no means unique. One study has estimated the number of SWAT raids nationwide at about 40,000 per year, and the killing of both dogs and people has occurred many times.

pdf El comercio de drogas y los conceptos míticos: la plaza Popular

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El comercio de drogas y los conceptos míticos: la plaza

Autor: Carlos Resa Nestares 

Año: 2003

Fragmento del original: Que el conocimiento que la mayor parte de los periodistas mexicanos, incluidos los grandes popes que sientan cátedra, tienen sobre el comercio ilegal de drogas en su país se basa en el visionado de las tres piezas de la saga de El Padrino que en un acercamiento personal a la realidad era cosa bien sabida. En todo caso, más allá de la glamourización que le aplican al fenómeno, su perspectiva es inofensiva. Más preocupante es que las autoridades policiales muestren el mismo grado de desconocimiento con respecto al espantajo que tratan de perseguir. La detención de Osiel Cárdenas ha sido la última pieza de una leyenda ya muchas veces repetida. El arresto del empresario de drogas aumentará los niveles de violencia en la zona fronteriza de Matamoros, donde dicho intermediario asentaba su imperio. Será la evidencia de la disputa por la plaza de Matamoros, que ha quedado vacante. En esta interpretación han coincidido fuentes oficiales y periodísticas. Pero no por muchas veces repetida se hace menos incierta.

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