Drug-related deaths (NPSAD) in Northern Ireland 2008-2012

This statistic shows the number of drug-related deaths, as reported to the National Programme on Substance Abuse Deaths (NPSAD) in Northern Ireland from 2008 to 2012. There was, over this time period, a net increase in such deaths. The peak was in 2011 when drug-related deaths hit 82.

Number of drug-related deaths reported to NPSAD in Northern Ireland from 2008 to 2012*

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Source

Release date

February 2014

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain, Northern Ireland)

Survey time period

2008 to 2012

Supplementary notes

* National Programme on Substance Abuse Deaths (NPSAD) drug-related deaths are those deaths reported voluntarily to the NPSAD by coroners.
An NPSAD case is defined as a death where any of the following criteria are met at a completed inquest, fatal accident inquiry or similar investigation:
- One or more psychoactive substance directly implicated in death;
- History of dependence or abuse of psychoactive drugs;
- Presence of Controlled Drugs at post mortem; or
- Cases with deaths directly due to drugs but with no inquest.

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