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A data-driven Intervention model to respond effectively to drug-related intimidation and violence in communities in Ireland.
The DRIVE (Drug-Related Intimidation & Violence Engagement) Oversight Committee invites you to register for the launch of its research report:

A data-driven Intervention model to respond effectively to drug-related intimidation and violence in communities in Ireland.


The report will be formally launched by the Minister for Public Health, Wellbeing and the National Drugs Strategy, Frank Feighan TD at 11am on Friday 26th November via zoom.

The report is a culmination of extensive consultation with stakeholders from January – September 2021. The consultation allowed us to deepen our understanding of DRI and how it manifests in communities, as well as co-design an agreed approach to tackle DRI. The data-driven intervention model represents a way forward in addressing the impact of Drug-Related Intimidation in communities across Ireland.The model comprises 6 key pillars and a range of associated actions to inform its implementation. All of this is underpinned by a requirement for long term, interagency and evidence driven approach.

The report and its findings will be of interest to all of those dealing with or impacted by drug-related intimidation in communities in Ireland and we look forward to sharing our findings with you.

The DRIVE Oversight Committee is an interagency group with representatives from the Regional and Local Drug & Alcohol Task forces, HSE Social Inclusion, An Garda Siochana, the Probation Service, Community & Voluntary sector and Family Support. DRIVE is funded through the National Drug & Alcohol Strategy, Reducing Harm / Supporting Recovery and is specifically focussed on building the capacity of communities to respond to drug related intimidation & violence.

Nov 26, 2021 11:00 AM in Dublin

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