Been busted by the police for a cannabis use / possession offence in the last 3-9 months?
Given a charge or caution?
We want to hear from you!
The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) is conducting a study looking at the effectiveness of Australian police drug diversion for cannabis use/possession offenders. Specifically we seek to compare the outcomes and costs of police diversion (and of different types of police diversion) versus a traditional criminal justice response (criminal charge) for anyone who has been detected for a cannabis use/possession offence.
If you live in Australia, are aged 17+ and have been detected by police for a cannabis use/possession offence in the last 3-9 months we would like you to take part in an online survey. To participate go to:
The survey is anonymous and will take only 15-20 minutes. You will be eligible to win a $200 music voucher as compensation for your time.
If you would like more information contact Marian at UNSW: (02) 8936 1215 or email@example.com. This study has received ethics approval: HREC Ref: # HC1420