Session 119: DR7 -> Law, Policy, and Community Approaches to Intervening in the Drugs-Crime Cycle
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: H-Dolores
Session Chair: Duane C. McBride, Andrews University
Conceptual Model for Understanding and Reducing Illicit Drug Use Among Youth: The Impact of Law, P)olicy and Environmental Factors
by: Duane C. McBride, Andrews University (Corresponding)
Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, RAND
Curtis J. VanderWaal, Andrews University
States' Attempts to Affect Juvenile Drug-Crime Relationship Through Law and Policy: An Overview of the Current Status of State Drug Laws in Selected Domains as of December 31, 1999
by: Jamie F. Chriqui, The MayaTech Corporation (Corresponding)
Deborah Reichmann, The MayaTech Corporation
A Comprehensive Look at Drug Policies: The Case of Systemic Interventions in Juvenile Justice System
by: Curtis J. VanderWaal, Andrews University (Corresponding)
Yvonne S. Terry, University of Illinois at Chicago
A Comprehensive Look at Drug Policies: The Case of Medical Marijuanha
by: Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, RAND (Corresponding)
Yvonne S. Terry, University of Illinois at Chicago
Frank J. Chaloupka, University of Illinois - Chicago
Drugs Policy in the UK: Responding to Recreational Cannabis Users
by: John Tierney, University of Durham (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Richard R. Clayton, University of Kentucky

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