The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) is a key element of the Government’s National Drug Strategy.
Established in 2003, DIP places renewed emphasis on the need to break the cycle of crime and drugs by providing opportunities for drug misusing offenders to access programmes of help at all points of contact within the criminal justice system.
DIP brings together a range of agencies including the police, courts, prison and probation services, treatment providers, government departments and DAATs to provide tailored treatment for offenders with drug problems
In Cambridgeshire, there are two DIP team, the DIP Central team which cover Huntingdonshire and Fenland and the DIP Southern team which cover Cambridge city, South and East Cambridgeshire.
Please call 0300 555 0101 for more information.