5%, p < 0.01), to be diagnosed in need of drug treatment by the SUDDS (74% v.
Methamphetamine-positive arrestees were almost six higher than the methamphetamine-negative arrestees to be diagnosed in need of drug treatment by the SUDDS. Being white and being charged with an alcohol- or drug-related offense were also strong predictors of recent methamphetamine use.
Second, the SUDDS does not identify need for treatment for specific drugs.
, of Eltham, South-east London, was found at the bottom of a pool at Broadstone Warren camp, near Forest Row, East Sussex, on the first day of a week-long trip.
, from London, was on a day trip to the Broadstone Warren camp in Forest Row, near Crowborough, East Sussex, when the accident happened.