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					DRUG AND ALCOHOL CORPORATE ACTION PLAN 2005/06
The information in the following template will comprise the Drug and Alcohol Corporate Action
Plan for 2005/06. For reporting purposes the drug pillars and alcohol priorities have been
combined as follows: Culture Change and Communities
                      Prevention, Education and Young People
                      Provision of Support and Treatment Services
                      Protection, Controls and Availability

Drug and Alcohol Action Teams are asked to demonstrate progress against the following drug
and alcohol national priorities. Where there is local data in support of performance eg. local
indicators or milestones, these should be shown. Responses should be confined to one page
per priority.
If the national priority is not relevant at local level then the reason for this should be outlined
(eg. No waiting times for treatment services).

National Priorities: Drugs
    • Reduce the proportion of under 25’s reporting use of illegal drugs.
    Target: Reduce the proportion of under 25’s reporting use of illegal drugs in the last month and
    previous year substantially, and heroin use by 25%, by 2005.

   • Increase the number of drug misusers in treatment services.
   Target: Increase the number of drug misusers in contact with drug treatment and care services in
   the community, by at least 10% every year.

   •    Increase the number of drug misusers successfully completing treatment.

   •    Increase the number of drug misusers moving onto training, education and employment.

   •    Reduce waiting times for drug treatment and rehabilitation services.

   • Reduce drug related deaths.
   Target: Reverse the upward trend in drug-related deaths and reduce the total number, by at least
   25% by 2005

   • Reduce the proportion of under 25s who are offered illegal drugs.
   Target: Reduce the proportion of young people under 25 who are offered illegal drugs
   significantly, and heroin by 25%, by 2005.
   Target: An increase in the weight of Category A drug seizures of 10%, by 2006.
   Target: An increase in detection of offences for supply or intent to supply Category A drugs by
   10%, by 2006.

National Priorities: Alcohol
    • Reduce binge drinking, because of the harmful social and individual consequences.

    •  Reduce hazardous or at risk drinking by children and young people because of the particular
        health and social risks.
    Targets: To reduce the incidence of adults exceeding weekly sensible drinking levels from:
                33% to 31% for men between 1995 and 2005 and to 29% by 2010;
                13% to 12% for women between 1995 and 2005 and to 11% by 2010.
    Targets:    To reduce the frequency and level of drinking from 20% of 12-15 year olds to 18%
               between 1995 and 2005 and to 16% by 2010.

   •    To provide equitable, accessible and inclusive services to address the needs of those who
        experience problems with alcohol and those affected by others’ alcohol problems.

National Priorities: Drugs and Alcohol
    • Reduce harm to children affected by substance misusing parents / carers.

   •    Reduce drug and alcohol related crime, and reassure communities of this.

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The Drug & Alcohol Action Team : 2004/05.
Name : Aberdeenshire Alcohol and Drug Action Team

Number of meetings in 2004/05 : Four *(11/2/05, 05/11/04, 10/10/04, 30/04/04)

Action Team Members :
Name             Designation                          Organisation               No. of meetings
                                                                                 attended 2004/05
                                                                                 (inc reps as necc)
P Shearer           Assistant Chief Constable         Grampian Police            2
(Chair 2004)
J Stuart            Manager, LHCC                     NHS Grampian               2
(Chair 2005)
G Cronkshaw         Strategic Co-ordinator/           NHS Grampian               4
                    Chair of Children and
                    Young People Sub-group
W Harrison          Clinical Director                 SMS, NHS Grampian
Reps: M Bowie                                                                    2
S Gordon
J Davidson          Councillor                        Aberdeenshire Council      3
H Fowler            Councillor                        Aberdeenshire Council      3
L Reid/             Head of Service/                  Aberdeenshire Council      3
A Sutherland        Chair of Care and
                    Treatment Sub-group
P English           Social Work Manager/              Aberdeenshire Council      2
                    Chair of Criminal Justice
                    and Community Safety sub-
                    group
H Vernal            Director E&R                      Aberdeenshire Council
Rep: V Jennings     Senior E&R Officer                Aberdeenshire Council      1
N Stables           ADAT Information Officer          Aberdeenshire Council      1
F Stewart           North Licensing Board             Aberdeenshire Council      1
G Ball              ADAT Co-ordinator                                            4
M Jamieson          ADAT Co-ordinator                                            4
A Stonebridge       ADAT Development Officer                                     4
A Robinson          Consultant Psychiatrist           NHS Grampian               3
L Leighton-Beck     Social Inclusion Manager          NHS Grampian
M McEwan            Public Health                     NHS Grampian               2
M Ogg               General Manager, LHCC             NHS Grampian               2
E Stewart           Chief Superintendent              Grampian Police            2
A Mooney            Governor                          HMP Aberdeen
Reps: M Hebden      Deputy Governor                                              4
G Peden
C Lorimer
D Liddell                                             Scottish Drugs Forum
P Greenhough                                                                     3
D Driver                                              ABKA Licensed Trade        2
F Angus             Chair                             North D, A & HIV Forum     4
J Morrison          Chair                             Central D, A & HIV Forum   2
A Jones             Chair                             South D, A & HIV Forum     2
P Scott             Head of Service –                 Aberdeenshire Council      1
                    Community Inclusion/
                    Chair of Education and
                    Prevention Sub-group
M Kelman            Superintendent                    Grampian Police            1
A Nicol             Principal Committee Officer       Aberdeenshire Council      4



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Please list all Action Team Subgroups / Fora:

Education and Prevention Sub-group
Children and Young People Sub-group
Care and Treatment Sub-group
Criminal Justice and Community Safety sub-group
Aberdeenshire North Alcohol, Drug & HIV Forum
Aberdeenshire Central Alcohol, Drug & HIV Forum
Aberdeenshire South Alcohol, Drug & HIV Forum


Action Team Support Funding:
2004/05 Allocation : £96,900
Carry Forward :     0
Total :             £96,900

Category of Spend                                   Expenditure £
Staff Salaries                                      87,000
Fora support                                        3,000
Alcohol seminar                                     1,500
Other: Travel/Training                              1,000
       Alcohol Board Game                           3,500




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         PERFORMANCE CONTRACT 2005/06 – 2006/07:



The additional £XX,000 per annum in [dates] is expected to result in

   1. An increase in the numbers entering treatment (as reported through
      SMR24 returns) from [number] to [number].

   2. A reduction in waiting times for [treatment intervention], from [length
      of wait] to [length of wait] (as measured through the national waiting
      times framework

   3. An increased range of interventions available by [date] for [location]
      to provide a [specific intervention] to [client group].



NB. This is a simple example of what a performance contract may look
like. DAATs will wish to amend details according to the local situation
and information, and may need to include specifics as required from
local partners. The final performance contract will be worked out
through negotiations with the Scottish Executive.


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Signed:
DAAT Chair                                              Scottish Executive
NHS Chief Executive
Directors of SW


N.B.
To follow once new drugs treatment development funding 2005/06 is
announced by Scottish Executive




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                                                                                                                                                               Crisis Management
                                                                                                                                                               Community Rehabilitation
                                                                                                                                                               Brief / Minimal Interventions
                                                                                                                                                               Mutual Support Groups
                                                                                                                                                               Volatile Substance Abuse
                                                                                                                                                               Family Support
                                                                                                                                                               Home Visits
                                                                                                                                                               Counselling (Group and 1-1)
                                                                                                                                                               Advice & Information
                                                                                                                                                               Education/Training/Employment
                                                                                                                                                               Aftercare
                                                                                        TYPE OF SERVICE PROVIDED




                                                                                                                                                               Prison Throughcare & Aftercare
                                                                                                                                                               Criminal Justice SW Intervention
                                                                                                                                                               Needle Exchange
                                                                                                                                                               Outreach Clinics
                                                                                                                                                               Substitute Prescribing
                                                                                                                                                               Day-Care
                                                                                                                                                               Detoxification
                                                                                                                                                                                                    4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 4


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4




                                                                                                                                                               Over 65’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                    4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 4


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4




                                                                                                                                                               Homeless People
                                                                                                                                                                                                    4



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4




                                                                                                                                                               Psychostimulant Users
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 -
                                                                                                                                                                                                    4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 4




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4




                                                                                                                                                               Equality Groups
                                                                                                                                     (Enter code 1-5* below)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             5
                                                                                                                                                                                                    4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 4


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4


                                                                                                                                                               Ethnic Minority Groups
                                                                                        SPECIFIC GROUPS




                                                                                                                                                                                                    4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 4


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4
                                                                                                                                                               Dual Diagnosis
                                                                                                                                                                                                    2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 4


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4
                                                                                                                                                               Pregnant Women
                                                                                                                                                                                                    4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 4


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4
                                                                                                                                                               Women
                                                                                                                                                                                                    4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 4




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2
                                                                                                                                                               Under 16s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          138




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               94*
                                                                                                                                                               No. of Planned Discharges
                                                                                                                                                                                                    48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 33




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                                        NON-RESIDENTIAL SERVICES IN ACTION TEAM AREA:
Support & Treatment Tables : 2004/05.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               899
                                                                                                                                                                                                    2169

                                                                                                                                                               Total Attendances




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      90
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 723




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      *Total number of discharges, not solely planned ones
                                                                                                                                                                                                    106




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               101




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              276
                                                                                        NUMBERS




                                                                                                                                                               No. of Active Clients

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 94


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          70
                                                                                                                                                                                                    219
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 116


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          143




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               216




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              384
                                                                                                                                                               New Clients




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      57
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        13,000 N
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          71,000 L




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     25,200 L
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                22,850 L
                                                                                        ANNUAL




                                                                                                                                                                                                     3,063,000


                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Grampian
                                                                                                                                                               Insert annual spend and source




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              447,000
                                                                                                                   SPEND




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (Other)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   86,000




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           36,347
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (CCF)
                                                                                                                                                               NHS SPEND (N)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NA
                                                                                                                                                               Local Authority (L)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                  N
                                                                                                                                                               Drugs Only (D)
                                                                                        REMIT




                                                                                                                                                               Alcohol Only (A)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                DA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           DA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      DA




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              DA
                                                                                                                                                               Drugs and Alcohol (DA)




                                                                                                                                                                                                    D



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          D
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 A




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Advisory
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Social Work Criminal




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Substance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Substance
                                                                                        DEDICATED DRUG AND / OR




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      **Counselling (not Clinic)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Counselling Service




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Misuse Service (L)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      *Joint City & Shire
                                                                                                                   ALCOHOL SERVICE




                                                                                                                                                                                                  Misuse Service

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Turning Point




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Community
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Alcohol
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Clinical




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Justice
*Specific Group Codes:                                                                                      Dedicated Drug and/ or Alcohol Service – A service with dedicated workers or facilities for supporting alcohol and/ or
1= Drug and/or alcohol service dedicated solely to the specific group.                                      drug misusers, where the focus of the intervention is on alcohol and/ or drugs during 2003/04.
2= Drug and/or alcohol service with specialist workers, dedicated clinics, or facilities for the specific   Number of New Clients – Number of clients attending the service for (a) the first time ever or (b) it has been at least six
group.                                                                                                      months since their last attendance at the services during 2003/04.
3= Drug and/or alcohol service which has undertaken specific action to attract specific group.              Number of Active Clients – Number of clients for whom treatment and /or dedicated support is being managed in
4= Drug and/or alcohol service which treats clients from the specific groups but has no specialist          accordance with a care plan at the service during 2003/04.
facilities.                                                                                                 Number of Planned Discharges – Number of clients from each service who completed a treatment or support
5= Drug and/or alcohol service which does not treat clients from the specific group.                        intervention , or moved from one treatment and /or support provider to another in a planned way during 2003/04.




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RESIDENTIAL SERVICES IN ACTION TEAM AREA:
SERVICE                         REMIT                             NUMBER       OF    TOTAL             ADMISSIONS    FROM            DETAIL ANY TARGETED GROUPS
                                                                  BEDS               ADMISSIONS        ACTION TEAM AREA
Alexander House                         Drugs & Alcohol detox     11                 15                15                            Drug & Alcohol detox and rehab
White Hills House (funded by S/W)       Alcohol rehab             8 (+lodge ½)       37                37                            Alcohol rehab (no detox)

DEDICATED SERVICES USED OUTWITH ACTION TEAM AREA:
SERVICE                       REMIT                                      LOCATION                  NUMBER OF CLIENTS           NUMBER OF                TOTAL     ANNUAL
                                                                                                   REFERRED                    CLIENTS ADMITTED         SPEND       *
Albyn House                             Alcohol detox and rehab          Aberdeen                  10                          10                       £63,251
Phoenix House                           Detoxification drugs / alcohol   Glasgow                   14                          16                       £65,723
Castle Craig                            Detoxification drugs / alcohol   Peebles                   5                           6                        £30,823
Brenda House                            Drug detox and rehab             Edinburgh                 1                           1                        £3,975
                                                                                                                                *Joint NHS/LA funding
        SHARED CARE: (Drugs Only)
Number of GP Practices signed up to local shared care scheme                    15
Number of pharmacists signed up to local shared care scheme$                    35
Number of dispensings of methadone mixture                                      215772 *(figure for the whole of Grampian)
Number of supervised dispensings of methadone mixture                           162286 *(figure for the whole of Grampian)
* Note data is for April 2004 to November 2004 only
$ Should read number of Pharmacies signed up not pharmacists!

NEEDLE EXCHANGE: (Drugs Only)
SERVICE TYPE                         NUMBER OF FACILITIES NUMBER OF NEEDLES / SYRINGES DISTRIBUTED                   NUMBER OF NEEDLES / SYRINGES RETURNED
Specialist
Outreach
Community Pharmacies                            11                      206652 *(figure for the whole of Grampian)           5221 **(figure for the whole of Grampian)
    * Note data is for April 2004 to November 2004 only
    ** This is the number of cin-bins returned not the total number of Needles/syringes

PREVENTION SERVICES: (Alcohol Only)
How many dedicated alcohol prevention services have been funded by the Action Team using existing monies:
ADULT SERVICES               a) NHS Grampian Public Health, b) Alcohol Advisory & Counselling Service
CHILDREN’S SERVICES          a) NHS Grampian Public Health b) Alcohol Advisory & Counselling Service




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Action Team Progress – Culture Change and Communities.

National Priority: Reduce binge drinking.

Target: Reduce the incidence of adults exceeding weekly sensible drinking levels
from: 33% to 31% for men between 1995 and 2005, and to 29% by 2010
      13% to 12% for women between 1995 and 2005, and to 11% by 2010.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national priority, using local indicators
where appropriate:
Grampian Adult Lifestyle Survey 2002 (no subsequent local indicators are available):
     58.2% of those surveyed drank weekly, including weekends.
     68% of males and 40% of females drank at least once a week.
     Respondent’s aged 45-54 (63.5%) and 35-44 (63.2%) drank more frequently than other age groups.
     32.8% of males and 14.4% of females exceeded safe levels of alcohol consumption.
     30% of 16-25 year olds, 23% of 25-34 year olds, 25% of 45-54 year olds, and 13.2% of 65-74 year olds reported they
     drank more than the recommended levels.
     The national targets to reduce binge drinking have not been achieved to date, however it is not possible to be more
     precise with the local indicators available.   The Grampian Adult Lifestyle Survey data dates from 2002.         Current
     performance has been recognised by the ADAT and being addressed within the Education and Prevention sub-group.
The ADAT have agreed a definition of binge drinking to be: “an extension of the North European pattern of heavier drinking at
the weekend …. where a person consumes a lot of alcohol at any one time. One time can mean several hours, or a day,
several days or even over a week or more”.



Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
Following the work of a short-life Binge Drinking Harm Reduction Group including representation from the licensing boards, the
ADAT have worked with SHAW to develop a pilot scheme delivering workshops within the workplace targeting young women
and binge drinking. The workplace workshops are ongoing, with three planned in the next few months. The ADAT will examine
the outcomes of this work, including support material produced, numbers of workshops delivered, range of participants
attending workshops and evaluations completed by participants.


The ADAT has identified through the process of marketing the workplace workshops, that in order to reduce the stigma
associated with accessing help in a public forum, it is important to embed healthy drinking interventions within other health
related issues and activities.



Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
Following the completion of the work with SHAW, the ADAT intends to design more specific targeted intervention in this area.
Work on health behaviour and diversionary has already begun in the community Forums in Aberdeenshire. A pilot project is
currently being developed in partnership with other health and well being agencies to target parental drinking through health
fairs in schools and community learning centres.


The ADAT also plan to use the Think B4U Drink alcohol learning resource with parents groups across Aberdeenshire.


We also will continue to review our Alcohol Communications Strategy targeting services, licensed premises, workplaces and
developing local media campaigns.


Close links exist between the Education and Prevention Subgroup and the licensed trade and licensing board. These will
continue to be developed and enhanced.




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Action Team Progress – Culture Change and Communities.

National Priority: Reduce drug and alcohol related crime and reassure communities
that effective action is being taken.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national priority, using local indicators
where appropriate:
Grampian Police data report:
    30 drunk and incapable offences in Aberdeenshire. (Jan 04 to Nov 04)
    3 purchasing alcohol for under 18 year olds. (Jan 04 to Nov 04)
    5 licensees selling alcohol to under 18 year olds. (Jan 04 to Nov 04)
    1135 drugs seizures were approximately made in the first 6 months of 2004




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
•   Further improvements made to collecting waiting times data including reporting to ADAT and Scottish Executive Waiting
    Times
•   Community engagement –
    reviewed information systems and leaflets on services related to offenders, family, friends and the general public
    re-distributed directory for services of all drug and alcohol services in Aberdeenshire commenced the process of
    identifying client satisfaction and involvement in the     development of services
    further promoted the use of www.grampiancaredata.gov.uk
•   Commenced the development of common outcome measures for all Aberdeenshire services
•   GOPR seminars held and protocols being produced for adult services
•   Working toward full inter-agency information sharing systems through Joint Futures and GOPR protocols
•   ADAT funding streams identified and budgets planned
•   Interventions chart being developed to review the process and the services involved with positive interventions.
•   Development of reporting mechanisms from prisons to monitor % progress of prisoners-
    mandatory drug testing
    programmes & approved activities delivered
    completion of Core Assessment and Integration Plans
    work skills qualification
    having accommodation on release
    completed National Harm Reduction session
    who attend first community app. access transitional care
•   Improved links with ASBO co-ordinator
•   Improved links with Community Safety
•   Leaflet campaign highlighting parental responsibility in tackling inappropriate behaviour by children
•   Operation Oracle aimed to tackle youth disorder, vandalism and nuisance crime including underage drinking




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Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable
Improve prison throughcare services e.g
      •   Improve liaison with SPS re prisoners with drug / alcohol problems
     •    Work toward better integration with other voluntary and statutory drug and alcohol services and further develop
          appropriate aftercare services for offenders
Reduce waiting times and improve access to appropriate services
Improve links with license trade re alcohol
Maintain links with Community Safety Strategy group
Maintain links with police re national and local initiatives eg Safer Scotland, Crimestoppers,
Further review and identify best practice for appropriate interventions
Establish better links with Homeless Strategy Group
Maintain links with ASBO co-ordinator
Improve services in line with GOPR and Joint Future
To work towards match funding and identified budgets
To identify funding streams and timescales for all time limited projects
To work towards joint funding and pooled budgets
To identify funding streams and timescales for all time limited projects
Identify staff training needs and funding for support
Map existing monitoring systems eg ASBOs, Arrest referrals, DDTOs, Waiting Times, SMR24,etc to improve services
Monitor drug related deaths
Monitor feedback from service users




                                                                10
Action Team Progress – Prevention, Education and Young People.

National Priority: Reduce hazardous or at risk drinking by children and young people
because of the particular health and social risks.

Target: Reduce Frequency and level of drinking from 20% of 12 – 15 year olds to
18% between 1995 and 2005, and to 16% by 2010.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national target, using local indicators
where appropriate:
Youth Lifestyle Survey 2001 (12-17year olds)
83% of respondents had tried alcohol, of these 30% had consumed alcohol in the previous 7 days and the mean units of
alcohol consumed in the last 7 days was 17.8. There has been a progressive rise over the last 3 surveys for both boys and girls


Mean Units of Alcohol consumed in the last 7days
                     1995                 1998                      2001
Males                12.3                 18.7                      19.4
Females              9.7                  13.2                      16.4
Total                10.8                 15.9                      17.8




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
     Continued to support the Children & Families Service of the Alcohol Advisory & Counselling Service (Aberdeenshire wide).
     Research into interface between this service and referrers completed and plans implemented to enhance integrated
     working.
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     Continued to support the Children 1 Family Group Conferencing Scheme, one of whose priority target groups is young
     people with developing alcohol problems.
     Established a new service (Barnardo’s Streetwise Project) in Inverurie to engage with difficult to reach young people with
     problems with alcohol / drugs and to canvas their views regarding services which might meet their needs.
     Identified funding to establish a research project to identify best practice regarding follow-up of young people admitted to
     A&Es because of alcohol / drug use.
     Provided funding for a range of prevention and support initiatives for young people who are at risk of, or who are, binge
     drinking including:
     o    “Give Kids a Chance – Fraserburgh”
     o    “Ellon Young People’s Project”
     o    Peer Educators (Banff)
     o    “Deeside Citizenship Project” (Police)
     o    “Kirkstart” (off road motorcycles)
     o    Materials for working with young substance misusers
     Survey to ascertain numbers of young people with problems with alcohol / drugs.
     Leaflet campaign to highlight parental responsibility I tackling inappropriate behaviour by children
     Operation Oracle aimed to tackle youth disorder, vandalism and nuisance crime associated with alcohol and drug use




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Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
                                                                             st
   Continue to support Alcohol Advisory & Counselling Service and Children 1 Family Group Conferencing Scheme.
   Complete research into best practice regarding young people admitted to A&Es with alcohol / drug problems and produce
   guidance for services.
   Map services and draw up plans to meet gaps identified.
   Move toward integration of voluntary sector projects helping young people with alcohol and drug problems.
   Training:
   o    Paisley Post Graduate Certificate Course.
   o    Youth workers across Aberdeenshire.
   o    Foster carers.
   o    Children’s Home staff.
   Review long term funding of projects supported.




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Action Team Progress – Prevention, Education and Young People.

National Priority: Reduce the proportion of young people reporting use of illegal
drugs.

Target: Reduce proportion of under 25’s reporting use of illegal drugs in the last
month and previous year substantially, and heroin use by 25% by 2005.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national target, using local indicators
where appropriate:
The SALSUS (2002) Survey indicates that of young people aged 13 and 15 22% of young people in Aberdeenshire and Moray
have taken drug at some time with 20% of this group from Aberdeenshire having used drugs . The majority of this is cannabis
use and those who use drugs spend approximately £9.00 per week. ISD data suggests that 28% of all those seeking help are
aged between 15-19 years.
Grampian Lifestyle Survey 2002 showed that 40% of respondents aged 16-24 yrs had taken drugs. E.g of those who reported
taking drugs 98% used cannabis , 44% used Amphetamine, 27% magic mushrooms, 33% ecstasy. 0.8% reported injecting
drugs.




Progress Made in 2004/05

Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
        Increased Care Management staffing and support work staff. More staff means faster access to services and local
        services. Putting in workers in areas of identified need i.e. Banff and Inverurie.
        Developed integrated Community and Clinical service in North Aberdeenshire.
        Identified funding to establish a research project to identify best practice regarding follow-up of young people admitted to
        A&Es because of drug / alcohol use.
        Provided funding for a range of prevention and support initiatives for young people who are at risk of, or who are, binge
        drinking including:
        o    “Give Kids a Chance – Fraserburgh”
        o    “Ellon Young People’s Project”
        o    Peer Educators (Banff)
        o    “Deeside Citizenship Project” (Police)
        o    “Kirkstart” (off road motorcycles)
        Materials for working with young substance misuers (Social Work)
        Survey to ascertain numbers of young people with problems with alcohol / drugs.
        Barnardos
Developing post in conjunction with GOPR.
Although referrals are down from last year it would seem that those being referred are at higher intake of substances than
previous years. This is borne out that while 2 young people remained with the Initiative over 6 months in 2003/04 to date 14
young people have been with the Initiative over 6 months this year.
Our links with Academies are growing stronger and as can be seen by the figures below we are seen as an Aberdeenshire
Initiative although based in the North.
While not in our remit we have offered advice to parents and Community Education at meetings and this has helped raise
awareness as who should be referred to us.
Continued support for the Barnardo Youth Drug Initiative and provided funding to increase capacity to 36 young people
intensively worked with and 6 groups per annum.
                                         st
Continued to support the Children 1 First Group Conferencing Scheme, one of whose priority targets is young people with
drug problems.
Established a new service (Barnardo’s Streetwise Project) in Inverurie to engage with difficult to reach young people with
problems with drugs / alcohol and to canvas their views regarding services which might meet their needs.
Numbers carried forward from 2003 /4                -     17
New referrals 2004/5                                  -   26
Total                                                 -   43


Total referral area                                 - North 19 South 22 Male 36 Female 8
New referrals area                                  -     North 9   South 18 Male 21 Female 6
Of the new referrals withdrawn or not engaged – 7 (26%)
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Cases engaged closed                           - 19
Cases engaged with 2004/05                     - 36
Cases successfully closed                      - 15 (79%)
Cases unsuccessfully closed                     - 4 (21%)


Group referrals
Total Referrals                                 - 18


Academy Roadshows
Number of schools                               -     2
     Number of Young People seen                          - 500




Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
     Awaiting funding outcomes for 2 new CM and 2 Rapid Response staff for service.
     Plans to expand integrated service across the whole of Aberdeenshire by April 2005.
     Have worker in place for GOPR post
                                     st
     Maximise links with Childrens 1 , AACS, Turning Point through establishing regular meetings and improving joint working
     and sharing of resources.
     With the introduction of a new worker we would hope to increase our referrals to 36 individual and 6 groups
     Due to the increase in referrals of young people with chaotic behaviour linked to their substance use, closer links with
     other agencies i.e. Dual diagnosis.
     As many of the social work teams have changed personnel over the past 3 years to visit as many social work offices as
     possible to educate with regards the Initiative and it’s role in supporting young people with substance problems
     A streetwork project in Inverurie called Inverurie Streetwise with staff in post April 2005 to engage young people aged 14-
     18 who use substances but do not engage with present services.
     To develop a website with an attachment that allows young people in remote areas to receive a secure service through the
     internet
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     Continue to support Barnardo’s Youth Drug Initiative, Barnardo’s Streetwise Project and Children 1              Family Group
     Conferencing Scheme.
     Complete research into best practice regarding young people admitted to A&Es with drug / alcohol problems and produce
     guidance for services.
     Map services and draw up plans to meet gaps identified.
     Move towards integration of voluntary sector projects helping young people with drug and alcohol problems.
     Training:
     o    Paisley Post Graduate Certificate course.
     o    Youth workers across Aberdeenshire.
     o    Foster carers.
     o    Children’s Home staff.
     Review long term funding of projects supported.




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Action Team Progress – Prevention, Education and Young People.

National Priority: Reduce harm to children affected by substance misusing parents /
carers through improved multi-agency support to parents and children.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national priority, using local indicators
where appropriate:
   Nationally, there is agreement that numbers of children affected by parental / carer misuse are increasing and services are
   becoming better at identifying such children. Local information systems are in the process of being developed. The ADAT
   has developed, along with parties, a comprehensive strategy to implement the recommendations in “Getting Our Priorities
   Right”.




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
   Developing GOPR post
   Amending assessment tools to incorporate all aspects of drug users living with children.
   Implementing GOPR and developing service framework
   Training events
   Continued to support the Children & Families Service of the Alcohol Advisory & Counselling Service which provides
   intensive interventions for children affected by parental drug / alcohol misuse across Aberdeenshire.
                                         st
   Continued to support the Children 1 Fraserburgh Families Project which works intensively with families with pre-school
   children where drug / alcohol use is an issue.
                                              st
   Continued to support the Children 1             Family Group Conferencing Scheme, one of whose priority groups is families
   affected by parental drug / alcohol problems.
   With regard to “Getting Our Priorities Right”:
   o    Along with the North East of Scotland Child Protection Committee, ran five multi-agency training days across
        Aberdeenshire.
   o    Funded an external consultant to enable the agenda to be taken forward in the Education and Recreation Service.
   o    Continued to support adult services regarding implementation.
   o    Completed planning of evaluation of progress in adult services.
   o    Approved a new post to support implementation in the Integrated Substance Misuse Service (Housing & Social
        Work) in Aberdeenshire North.
   o    Continued funding of Strategic Development Officer post (P/T) bridging planning children services and adult
        substance misuse services.
   o    Provided funding for a research project into pregnancy and substance misuse.
   o    Supported the funding of a mentoring project for young people affected by parental substance misuse in
        Fraserburgh.
   o    Provided funding for projects whose target groups include young people made vulnerable by parental substance
        problems (“Give Kids A Chance” – Fraserburgh; Ellon Youth Advice Project).




Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
                                   st
   Continue to support Children 1 , Fraserburgh Families Project and Family Group Conferencing Scheme and the Alcohol
   Advisory & Counselling Service (Children and Families Service).
   Appoint to post in Integrated Service in Aberdeenshire North.
   Complete evaluation of implementation in Adult Services and act on recommendations.
   Support taking forward recommendations following work with Education & Recreation Service.
   Hold a seminar to review progress across Grampian.
   Review long-term funding of services established.
   Act on findings of pregnancy research.
   Undertake a statistical survey regarding numbers of children affected by parental substance problems.
   Map services and draw up plans to fill gaps in provision.
   Provide training for Children’s Home staff and Foster Carers.
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Action Team Progress – Provision of Support and Treatment Services.

National Priority: To provide equitable, accessible and inclusive services to address
the needs of those who experience problems with alcohol.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national priority, using local indicators
where appropriate:
Local targets are being established with local treatment services to measure outcome.         The Waiting Times initiative is
beginning to show trends from referral to assessment, treatment and discharge. The Aberdeenshire ADAT will use this
information to plan priority actions for the year. Some clients from Aberdeenshire still choose to travel to Aberdeen City for
treatment but for some there are no local service to meet their needs




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
     Using a peripatetic Care Manager we have been able to ensure that more clients requiring access to Alcohol rehab get the
     service faster.
     New Care Manager funded through Alcohol ADAT monies is in post.
     Begun to access Alexander Clinic for Alcohol clients – local service.
     Ongoing work with alcohol clients through our Employment Development Officers.
•    Alcohol services developments achieved e.g. 1 G Grade nurse, 1 Care manager, 3 p/t AACS counsellors
•    Further improvements to waiting lists/times including reporting to ADAT and Scottish Executive.
•    Initial discussion on dual mental health and substance misuse completed in line with Scottish Executive Mind the Gaps
     report and Dual Diagnosis seminar held to identify good practice and where things could be improved
•    Development of community engagement strategy
•    Development of common outcome measures for all Aberdeenshire services commenced
•    Increased information for families e.g. internet support Family and Carers web- community commenced
•    Re-distribution of drugs and alcohol services booklet
•    Further developed employment support service, including links with Progress 2 Work. Services and Lifeshapers,
     Employability service
•
      th
     4 Alcohol Seminar held in conjunction with Aberdeen JADAT and Moray DAAT
•    GOPR seminars held and protocols being developed for adult services
•    Review of residential detox/rehab at the Alexander Clinic commenced




Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
     If successful with new funding looking at developing ‘rapid response’ type workers – dealing with short-term interventions
     for Alcohol and Drug clients.      This allows for faster assessments of client needs, and will reduce waiting times
     considerably. Increasing capacity through faster access into services for clients – offering another ‘level’ of service to
     clients – advice/ information/ group work/ assessments/ channel into service etc.
     Work with Scottish Prison Service and Criminal Justice Social Work to ensure prisoners with alcohol issues have access
     to services while in prison and on release
     Further improvements to waiting lists/times
     Further develop and expand user involvement services
     Dual mental health and substance misuse services reviewed in line with Scottish Executive Mind the Gaps report
     To develop integrated care for alcohol users
     To further ensure provision of information and support to family and carers
     Pilot development of internet services
     Improve integrated care with Voluntary sector
     To work towards joint funding and pooled budgets
     To identify funding streams and timescales for all time limited projects
     Further develop outcome measures/ targets and adapt Waiting Times data to identify best practice
     Monitor alcohol related deaths
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Reduction in waiting times and improve access to appropriate services
Consult the 3 Forums on current local issues
Establish better links with Homeless strategy group
Improve services in line with GOPR protocols and evaluation
Identify staff training needs and funding for support




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Action Team Progress – Provision of Support and Treatment Services.

National Priority: Reduce waiting times for drug treatment and rehabilitation services.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national priority, using local indicators
where appropriate:
Local targets are being established with local treatment services to measure outcome.                 The Waiting Times initiative is
beginning to show trends from referral to assessment, treatment and discharge. The Aberdeenshire ADAT will use this
information to plan priority actions for the year. Some clients from Aberdeenshire still choose to travel to Aberdeen City for
treatment but for some there are no local service to meet their needs




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
     New Drug Care Manager in post and support workers from ADAT funding (2004)
     Streamlining integrated service in North Aberdeenshire.
     Capacity has dropped because of vacant posts that have required filling and new staff taking time to come on board and
     be inducted. Caseloads are currently running at capacity. However all new staff are in post.
     Using Waiting Time Initiative to indicate length of time from referral to the first contact with the client.
•    Drug services developments achieved e.g. 2 G Grade nurses, 1 Care manager, Refurb Kessock Clinic,
•    Alcohol services developments achieved e.g. 1 G Grade nurse, 1 Care manager, 3 p/t AACS counsellors
•    Further improvements to waiting lists/times including reporting to ADAT and Scottish Executive.
•    Initial discussion on dual mental health and substance misuse completed in line with Scottish Executive Mind the Gaps
     report and Dual Diagnosis seminar held to identify good practice and where things could be improved
•    Development of community engagement strategy
•    Development of common outcome measures for all Aberdeenshire services commenced
•    Further expansion of integrated drug services single shared assessment and care planning
•    Increased information for families e.g. internet support Family and Carers web- community commenced
•    Re-distribution of drugs and alcohol services booklet
•    Further developed employment support service, including links with Progress 2 Work. Services and Lifeshapers,
     Employability service
•
      th
     4 Alcohol Seminar held in conjunction with Aberdeen JADAT and Moray DAAT
•    GOPR seminars held and protocols being developed for adult services
•    Recurring funds identified to extend needle exchange services to Peterhead and Banff
•    Review of residential detox/ rehab at the Alexander Clinic commenced




Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
     New bid in for two further Care Managers and rapids response staff.
     New Team Manager for North Community Substance Misuse Service.
     Ongoing screening of clients on waiting list to re-assess the priority/need of the client, ensuring that they are receiving
     most suitable part of service.
     Integrated Drug Service to go ‘live’ across Aberdeenshire by April 2005.
     Maintain links with BBP strategy group
     Monitor drug related deaths
     Further develop and expand user involvement services
     Dual mental health and substance misuse services reviewed in line with Scottish Executive Mind the Gaps report
     To further ensure provision of information and support to family and carers
     Pilot development of internet services
     Improve integrated care with Voluntary sector
     To work towards joint funding and pooled budgets
     To identify funding streams and timescales for all time limited projects

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Further develop outcome measures/ targets and adapt Waiting Times data to identify best practice
Reduction in waiting times and improve access to appropriate services
Consult the 3 Forums on current local issues
Establish better links with Homeless strategy group
Improve services in line with GOPR protocols and evaluation
Identify staff training needs and funding for support




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Action Team Progress – Provision of Support and Treatment Services.

National Priority: Increase the number of drug misusers in contact with treatment and
care services.

Target: Increase the number of drug misusers in contact with treatment and care
services in the community by at least 10% every year until 2005.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national target, using local indicators
where appropriate:
New clients entering treatment-
2002/3 - 344
2004/5 - 350
With the new drug treatment, care and rehabilitation funding resources the aim is to significantly increase numbers and reduce
waiting times from referral to treatment




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
     Increase in drug clients accessing/being referred into service in 2003/04 at start of integrated service.
     However some clients have had long waits to access services due to staffing shortages – cases may have closed for
     clients re-referring. (DH)
     October 2004 Grampian Police introduced a Needle Exchange Scheme in custody suites across Grampian which includes
     a guide to services and available needle exchanges in the hope that drug users will engage with needle exchanges and
     prevent the spread of blood borne pathogens
     March 2005 Aberdeen Prison introduced a Needle Exchange Scheme which includes a guide to services and available
     needle exchanges in the hope that drug users will engage with needle exchanges and prevent the spread of blood borne
     pathogens




Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
     Recruitment of Rapid Response workers – funded through 2005 Scottish Executive monies.
     Integration of services Aberdeenshire wide, including encouraging G.P’s to refer.
     Ongoing development of Employment Development Officers, aim to secure funding before 2007 – working with more
     clients than envisaged due to good take up rate.
     GOPR new Family Worker who will hopefully be in post for North Aberdeenshire, concentrating mainly with hard to reach
     clients who have children - hybrid post.
     Expand Joint Futures Substance Misuse integration to whole of Aberdeenshire.
     Aditional staff appointed to the Community Substance Misuse Service.
     Need to consider additional needle exchange services in rural areas.
     Need to consider outreach/harm minimisation internet options etc.
     Further develop and expand user involvement services.
     Additional NHS Grampian Consultant and nursing posts for Drugs/Alcohol
     Improve communication between services for clients with dual diagnosis




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Action Team Progress – Provision of Support and Treatment Services.

National Priority: Increase the number of drug misusers successfully completing
treatment.

Proxy Measure: Number of planned discharges.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national priority, using local indicators
where appropriate:
Trends from The Waiting Times Initiative will allow Aberdeenshire ADAT to monitor discharge status of clients and will inform
priority actions for 2005/6
Increased numbers of clients on stable Methadone programmes have resulted in the following local indictors:
•    Reduction in crime
•    Reduction in injecting behaviour
•    Reduction in use of street drugs
•    Client provides clean urine samples.




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
     Key issues are very ‘fixed’ and do not seem to take into account
     Joint working ongoing – looking towards integrating Aberdeenshire wide




Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:

Identify key areas eg successful completion of treatment, for setting local targets to measure outcomes
Continue to encourage drug misusers to reduce the use of illegal drugs and the harm they cause clients and their families.
Continue to encourage drug misusers to stabilise, move on and move out.
Provide greater support to clients and their families from the integrated community drug service.
Provide a wider range of clinics to meet the needs of individuals living in a rural area. (04/05 information)
Continue to find more staff Care Managers, support workers and GOPR worker
Employment Development Officers need to look at securing funding for further post by 2007
Looking at developing groups throughout Aberdeenshire
Increasing range of community interventions through schemes such as lifeshapers.




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Action Team Progress – Provision of Support and Treatment Services.

National Priority: Increase the number of people recovering from drug and alcohol
problems entering training, education and employment.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national priority, using local indicators
where appropriate:
No National or local targets are established.
The now established Employability Working Group (MONO), part of the Treatment, Care and Rehabilitation Sub-group of the
ADAT has set targets for service development




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
     Substance Misuse Service Employment Development Officer’s have been able to double their original capacity, increasing
     the number of clients they work with each year from 50 to 100. Continuing to work in partnership with CPN, Turning Point,
     Progress 2 Work, Cyrenians etc.
     Looking to increase the number of local placements for work and taster sessions.
     Stigma continues to be a major barrier in obtaining work experience placements or employment for people with drug
     problems.
     MONO – out of 131 referrals 70% engaged in some form of personal development , 48 were non starts, 9 sustained
     employment > 6months, 7 in F/T education




Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
     Looking to develop specific group work sessions led by Employment Development Officers on a range of topics.
     Further develop employment support service, including links with Progress 2 Work Services and Lifeshapers. Shared
     protocols will be developed.




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Action Team Progress – Provision of Support and Treatment Services.

National Priority: Reduce the number of drug related deaths.

Target: Reverse the upward trend in drug-related deaths and reduce the total
number, by at least 25% by 2005.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national target, using local indicators
where appropriate:
Grampian data indicates that injecting heroin continues to be high risk factor in fatal drug overdoes. Other high risk factors
include polydrug use, recent release from prison and previous non-fatal drug overdoses treated at Accident & Emergency
Centres. The incidence of prescribed methadone in drug related deaths remain low.


86% of deaths was male with an average age of 30.




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
     Number of drug related deaths 2004 = 9 (38 in Grampian). This compared to 9 in 2003 (34 in Grampian).




Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
     Ongoing Community Safety Groups which include sessions on First Aid, specifically dealing with suspected overdoses
     Improved access to drug treatment services to prevent both the on start of injecting and cessation of injecting practice.
     Improved information for drug users, especially injecting drug users, including ‘Know the Score’ OD information
     Provision of targeted ‘First Aid’ Training
     Improve motivational interviewing interventions for drug overdose related admissions at A & E Centres.




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Action Team Progress – Protection, Controls and Availability.

National Priority: Reduce the proportion of under 25’s offered illegal drugs.

Targets: Reduce the proportion of under 25’s who are offered illegal drugs
significantly, and heroin by 25%, by 2005
         : An increase in the weight of Category A drug seizures of 10%, by 2006.
        : An increase in detection of offences for supply or intent to supply Category
A drugs by 10%, by 2006.

Performance
Briefly demonstrate local performance towards the national targets, using local indicators
where appropriate:

Jan – Nov –         7 offences have occurred involving under 16s and possession with intent to supply
                    17 offences for possession by under 16’s
                    1135 seizures Jan-June compared to 1100 the previous year


Heroin and Cannabis continue to be the main drugs of choice in Aberdeenshire.




Progress Made in 2004/05
Briefly summarise the key achievements in this area during 2004/05:
Grampian Police Drug Squad continues to recover street drugs and there are ongoing drugs operations across Aberdeenshire
targeting dealers particularly those dealing Class A drugs. Heroin and Cannabis continue to be the main drugs of choice in
North Aberdeenshire. Crack Cocaine appears to be increasing in popularity in Peterhead but a proactive approach to Crack
dealing seems to be effective. Amphetamine is still readily available in south Aberdeenshire
Police School Liaison Officers are involved in drug awareness sessions at schools throughout Aberdeenshire




Planned Action 2005/06
Briefly outline the key actions that you intend to take during 2005/06. Where possible these
should be clearly measurable:
Reduce demand through partnership working via the Education and Prevention sub-group of the ADAT
Continue joint approaches via Criminal Justice sub-group of the ADAT
Maintain the momentum of GOPR through Children and Young Peoples sub-group of the ADAT
Further establish joint preventative initiatives through the Treatment, Care and Rehabilitation sub-group of the ADAT
Support the targeting of local issues via the North, Central and South Forums in Aberdeenshire




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          Drug and Alcohol Direct Spend By Partner Organisation.

          Drug Specific Spend:
Partner             Category       of       Spend   Funding      Allocated      Category       of       Spend    Funding      Allocated      Accumulated           Total underspend up
Organisation        2004/05                         2004/05 (include all        2005/06                          2005/06 (include all        underspend up    to   to March 2005
                                                    carry forward)                                               carry forward)              March 2004
NHS Board              Treatment and support        £3,063,000                     Treatment and support         £3,263,000                  None                  £100,000 ( ringfenced)
Grampianwide           services Grampianwide                                       services Grampianwide                                                           Psychostimulant          Project
                                                                                                                                                                   2005/6
                                Pilot                                                       Pilot
                      Psychostimulant Project       £138,000                      Psychostimulant Project        £120,000                    None                  £20,000
                           2005/6 Project                                              2005/6 Project
                            ( ringfenced)                                               ( ringfenced)


                    Harm reduction - Blood Borne    £240,000                    Harm reduction - Blood Borne     £240,000                    None                  None
                      Virus prevention budget                                     Virus prevention budget
Local Authority        Community Rehab and          £352,533                       Community Rehab and           £386,980                    None                  None
Aberdeenshire            Support Services                                            Support Services
Other                New Opportunities Funding      £57,000                      New Opportunities Funding       £35,400                     None                  None
Aberdeenshire
(Please Specify)

          Alcohol Specific Spend:
 Partner              Category of Spend 2004/05                  Funding Allocated 2004/05          Category of Spend 2005/06             Funding Allocated 2005/06
 Organisation                                                                                                                             (highlight dedicated  SR
                                                                                                                                          funding)
 NHS Board               Treatment and support services          £899,000                                Treatment and support services   £1059,000
 Grampianwide                     Grampianwide                                                                   Grampianwide



 Local Authority         Community Rehab and Support             £274,467                                Community Rehab and Support      £263,020
 Aberdeenshire                          Services                                                                   Services
 Other
 (Please Specify)




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        Combined Drug and Alcohol Specific Spend:
        (Only for spend which can not be readily or meaningfully split for drugs and alcohol, AND has not been
         accounted for elsewhere in plan).
Partner            Category of Spend 2004/05      Funding Allocated 2004/05     Category of Spend 2005/06   Funding Allocated 2005/06
Organisation                                      (include all carry forward)                               (include all carry forward
                                                                                                            and highlight dedicated SE
                                                                                                            funding for alcohol)
NHS Board           Residential detox drugs and   £140,000                            Residential detox     £145,000
Grampianwide          alcohol Grampianwide                                             Grampianwide



Local Authority     Residential detox drugs and   £330,000                            Residential detox     £352,000
Aberdeenshire                 alcohol


Other
(Please Specify)




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