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Ronda B. Supervised consumption sites—also known as supervised injection facilities, safe injection sites, and overdose prevention sites—provide a safe environment to consume drugs that are not prescribed by a doctor, including heroin and fentanyl, under professional medical care.
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At these facilities, people with substance use disorders have access to treatment referral services, counseling, and other community resources. Our purpose is also to get people into treatment.
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The law classifies heroin as a schedule I drug, alongside cannabis even when used for medicinal purposes. The law considers schedule I drugs to have a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use. The paper cites facilities in Australia, Spain, and British Columbia that have successfully curbed and prevented opioid-related deaths since opening their doors.
Notably, a facility in Sydney reported no overdose deaths out of 5, overdoses from , supervised injections between and Data from Sydney, Barcelona, and Vancouver have debunked the myths that rates of drug trafficking, assault, and robbery would increase in neighborhoods with a supervised consumption site.
In some cases enraged citizens have burned crack houses to the ground, in hopes that by destroying the sites for drug operations they might also drive the problematic illegal industries from their neighborhoods.
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Strong legislation in England and Wales provides a mechanism for police and local authorities to close crack houses which have been associated with disorder or serious nuisance. Laws such as the crack house closure order were designed to disrupt Class A drug dealing and anecdotal evidence suggests that it mainly affects socially housed tenants.
The effect is that once an order is made, the premises are boarded up, and no one may enter the premises, initially for a period of three months, but this can be extended to six months on the application of the police. Drug houses have been a subject widely used in hip hop and trap music,   films such as Crack House  and the Taj Mahal sequence in Spike Lee 's film Jungle Fever. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For the Gucci Mane album, see Trap House. For the film, see Crack House film.
Main article: Anti-social Behaviour Act See also: Misuse of Drugs Act The New York Times. Crack House". Archived from the original on 5 November The Guardian.