Illicit Drug Data Report 2011-12
The Illicit Drug Data Report is produced by the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) and is recognised as one of the most valuable tools for law enforcement agencies, policy and decision makers, research bodies and other stakeholders in developing strategies to combat the threat posed by illicit drugs.
It provides a statistical overview of illicit drug arrests and seizures as well as profiling the current situation, national impact and the emerging trends and threats of illicit drugs in Australia.
- Illicit Drug Data Report HTML Version
- Download: Illicit Drug Data Report COMPLETE (PDF, 32.3MB)
- Download: IDDR 2011-12 Snapshot (PDF, 2MB)
Report by Chapter
- Download: Introduction (PDF, 6.8MB)
- Download: Amphetamine-type stimulants (PDF, 5MB)
- Download: Cannabis (PDF, 2.5MB)
- Download: Heroin (PDF, 4.4MB)
- Download: Cocaine (PDF, 4.7MB)
- Download: Other Drugs (PDF, 5.5MB)
- Download: Clandestine Laboratories and Precursors (PDF, 2MB)
- Download: Initiatives (PDF, 142KB)
- Download: State and Territory Legislative Amendments and Initiatives (PDF, 197KB)
- Download: Statistics (PDF, 1.7MB)
Diversity in the illicit drug market animation
Over the last decade Australian Crime Commission's Illicit Drug Data Report has provided law enforcement agencies, policy and decision makers, research bodies and other stakeholders with valuable information about the illicit drug market.
The Australian Crime Commission has developed the below animation to illustrate how changing dynamic in how we communicate, do business and access information is also reflected in the illicit drug market. Understanding the diversity and changing market dynamics helps law enforcement effectively target its efforts and work across jurisdictional boundaries.
The ACC is committed to the continual improvement of its publications and outputs. We greatly appreciate and value feedback relating to the quality and value of the Illicit Drug Data Report.
Alternatively responses can be sent to ACC Headquarters, GPO Box 1936, Canberra, ACT, 2601 or faxed to +61 2 6243 6687.