Twisting arms or a helping hand? Assessing the impact of ‘coerced’ and comparable ‘voluntary’ drug treatment options

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McSweeney, Tim; Stevens, Alex; Hunt, Neil; Turnbull, Paul J.;

Despite the rapid expansion of options to coerce drug-dependent offenders into\ud treatment - culminating recently in the provisions of the Drugs Act 2005 and the\ud government’s ‘Tough Choices’ agenda - research findings to date are equivocal about\ud their impact in r... View more
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