International Agency for Crime Prevention and Security Policies considers it very serious issue so-called legal drugs, considering that state authorities are required to engage more strongly in solving the problem with dramatic consequences for the health of young people.


Henrik Nielsen, head of unit in DG Internal Affairs Commission, thanked, on behalf of the Commissioner for Home Affairs, Cecilia Malmström to the president of the International Agency for Crime Prevention and Security Policies - Dipl. ec. Petar Nenov, for informing the Commission about the implementation of two documentaries on the efforts and measures undertaken by Romania and Bulgaria to join the Schengen area.


Over the past year, The International Agency for Crime Prevention and Security Policies in accordance with its objectives and goals held a series of activities and actions aimed at preventing and combating cross-border international organized crime, training of professionals and improving international cooperation in the fight against this scourge.


In a special review published on 10 November alongside its 2010 Annual report, the agency reveals why drug use is no longer simply a 'youth phenomenon'.

 

Europe is experiencing a pronounced ageing of its population, around a quarter of which will be aged 65 or over by 2050. Statistics published today show that Europe's drug-using population is also ageing and that meeting the needs of older drug users is a growing issue for treatment services. This is particularly the case in western countries which saw the EU's first heroin epidemics in the 1980s and 1990s.


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Useful links

General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police: www.politiaromana.ro
National Anti-drug Agency: www.ana.gov.ro
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Interior: www.mvr.bg
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Interior Academy: www.mvr.bg
Moldova’s Police Academy "Stefan cel Mare": www.academy.police.md
Romania’s Police Academy "Alexandru Ioan Cuza": www.academiadepolitie.ro