Experts lament decision to end ADAM program.
"We have lost an ability to track national trends such as the rise and fall of crack use and the entrenched nature of heroin markets," said Jeremy Travis, former NIJ director and senior fellow at the Urban Institute. He added that "this is a real loss for local communities that are trying to develop a better understanding of the changing patterns in drug use on the streets and in their homes."
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|Title Annotation:||Of Note; Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring|
|Date:||May 1, 2004|
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