EMCDDA publishes policy briefing on 'Responding to new psychoactive substances'

Report available in 25 different languages.

This briefing paper describes some of the practical and legal obstacles facing Member States when responding to such new substances. It underlines the importance of national early-warning systems in detecting and identifying new substances as the first step towards assessing the risks of, and ultimately controlling, potentially dangerous new drugs.

The report is available in English by clicking on the PDF icon on this page. To access the report in another language, please click here.

Download a fileEMCDDA Policy Briefing English(8 6kb)