In the Media

Drugs agency praised for changes

PUBLISHED April 7, 2005

The agency set up to tackle organised drug crime in Scotland has made "good progress" after making several changes since it was last inspected.

The latest report on the Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency (SDEA) has praised it for "responding positively" to previous criticism.
The SDEA was formed to prevent and detect serious and organised crime in Scotland in June 2000.
It claims to have achieved "significant success" in tackling drug trafficking.