Task Force report: narcotics and drug abuse; annotations and consultants' papers.

[Washington], [For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.], [1967] .

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Other Title Narcotics and drug abuse.
Subjects Drogue, Lutte contre la -- États-Unis.
Drug addiction -- United States.
Drug addiction.
Drug control -- United States.
Drug control.
Substance-Related Disorders.
Toxicomanie -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description vii, 158 pages 28 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary The President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice created an advisory committee on narcotic and drug abuse in 1963 to develop a program of action. The Commission's report looks at drugs and their regulation (opiates, cocaine, marijuana, stimulants, and hallucinogens), drug law enforcement, characteristics of drug users and abusers, and the need to strengthen law enforcement. Specifically, the Commission recommends that enforcement and related staff of the Bureau of Customs be materially increased, that enforcement staff of the Bureau of Narcotics also be increased, and that States adopt a model drug abuse control act similar to the Federal Drug Abuse Control Amendments of 1965. In addition, the Commission recommends that recordkeeping provisions of the 1965 amendments be changed to require that records be segregated or kept in a manner that enables them to be promptly identified and inspected. The Commission's report discusses penalties, treatment programs, civil commitment, medical practice and addiction, and education. Individual papers incorporated as appendixes focus on mind-altering drugs and dangerous behavior, legislation for dangerous drugs, drug addiction treatment, civil commitment of drug addicts, and sentencing for drug offenses.
Contents Foreword / Nicholas deB. Katzenbach -- The Commission, the staff -- Table of recommendations -- Narcotics and drug abuse -- Appendix A-1. Mind-altering drugs and dangerous behavior : dangerous drugs / Richard H. Blum, assisted by Mary Lou Funkouser-Balbaky -- Appendix A-2. Mind-altering drugs and dangerous behavior : narcotics / Richard H. Blum, assisted by Lauraine Braunstein -- Appendix A-3. Drugs, dangerous behavior, and social policy / Richard H. Blum -- Appendix B. Proposals for dangerous drug legislation / Michael P. Rosenthal -- Appendix C. Report on the treatment of drug addiction / Jonathan O. Cole -- Appendix D. Civil commitment of narcotic addicts and sentencing for narcotic drug offenses / Dennis S. Aronowitz.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)900561
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