The systematic review of police-led law enforcement strategies had three goals:
1. to advance our knowledge regarding effective and ineffective law enforcement interventions;
2. to establish effects of interventions that would inform models (such as agent-based modelling and stocks and flows); and
3. to establish potential interventions for demonstration projects in Stage Two.
This is the first systematic review of drug law enforcement strategies to be undertaken with a broad mandate, including those strategies implemented at international, national, state and local levels. It has been endorsed as a Campbell Crime and Justice Group Systematic Review.


Resource type
DPMP Bulletins
Date published
19 Mar 2005