Drugs in schools: What they are and what they do

Drugs in schools: What they are and what they do

Publication date: May 28, 2020

Cannabis was by far and away the most common substance involved in drugs offences at schools in the last four years, according to the 21 police forces in England and Wales with relevant information.

It was the second most popular drug in schools, according to police forces with information.

The third most popular drug found in schools, according to the figures, it is a powerful stimulant that can be snorted as a powder – referred to as -coke” – or smoked from small rocks known as crack cocaine.

Concepts Keywords
Amphetamine HIV
Anxiety Psychoactive drugs
Cannabis Euphoriants
Club Drug Stimulants
Coke RTT
Crack Cocaine Drug culture
Depression Drug control law
England Prohibition of drugs
Ganja MDMA
Grass Club drug
Gums Cannabis
Hallucinogenic Legality of cannabis
Heart Rate Cocaine
Hepatitis
HIV
Marijuana
MDMA
NHS
Opiate
Smoked
Snorted
Stimulant
Wales
Weed

Semantics

Type Source Name
drug DRUGBANK Medical Cannabis
drug DRUGBANK Midomafetamine
drug DRUGBANK Cocaine
drug DRUGBANK Amphetamine
disease MESH anxiety
disease MESH depression
disease MESH hepatitis

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