Prevalance of drug use among persons aged 15-19 per 100,000 population aged 15-19
The number of drug abusers aged 15-19 who are either newly reported or previously reported to the Central Registry of Drug Abuse (CRDA) in the years per population aged 15-19. Newly reported person refers to a person who is known to the CRDA for the first time in a period. For a particular period, a person will be regarded as a newly reported person if and only if the person does not have any report before the specified period. Previously reported person refers to a person reported in the specified period who is known to the CRDA before.
All figures are collected from Narcotic Division, Security Bureau since 1981.
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