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Singapore adopts a comprehensive drug control strategy that tackles both drug demand and supply. It involves preventive drug education, tough anti-drug laws, rigorous enforcement, international engagement, and rehabilitation and aftercare of drug offenders.
The Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) Annual Statistics Report provides an overview of the global and regional drug landscape, as well as of the local drug situation including CNB’s enforcement and preventive education efforts.
Click here to view the full statistical report.
Click here for an overview of CNB’s Preventive Drug Education and community engagement efforts in Year 2022.
NOTE: 2021 figures are confirmed, and 2022 figures are provisional.
In this report, 2022 refers to the period 1 January 2022 to 31 December 2022.