Â Direct from NDARC’s Paul Dillon:
Â “The Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS) and the Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS, formerly known as the PDI) monitor the price, purity and availability and patterns of use of illicit drugs, as well as acting as an early warning system for emerging markets.
The findings of these two important monitoring projects are presented each year at the annual National Drug Trends Conference. Last year they were presented in Cairns, along with bulletins summarizing the findings. These bulletins can be found at the following weblink:
National and jurisdictional reports are written each year and have just been released. They are available free on the NDARC website in downloadable pdf versions at the following links:
2006 IDRS Australian Drug Trends Report
2006 EDRS Australian Report
2006 IDRS Jurisdictional Reports
2006 EDRS Jurisdictional Reports
If you would like to order a hard copy of any of these reports, please download a copy of the NDARC Order Form â€“ Technical Reports and Monographs at the following link:
For further information on the IDRS or the EDRS, please contact Susannah Oâ€™Brien.
For further information on ordering NDARC Technical Reports or Monographs, please contact Margaret Eagers. “