Iran's criminal policy in the field of pharmaceutical crime

Mehrdad Hamedani, Seyyed Sajjad Kazemi


The subject of this study is to examine the Iranian criminal policy approach to drug crimes in different aspects of legislative, judicial and executive matters. One of the major issues studied in medical law, crimes and drug offenses, peripheral issues, and its effects and outcomes. Countering and rational prevention of drug crimes is not possible without understanding and understanding the concept of criminal policy and their types. One of the dimensions of this policy is the formulation of criminal law and support for community health and the fight against high-risk behaviors against the health of the community. Instead of trying to eliminate the disadvantages of the criminal policy of drug crimes, Iran's criminal policy, more than anything else, seeks to eliminate the goals of the criminal policy of drug crime. Finding the causes and causes of drug production, distribution, import and export disturbances, relying on criminal policy related to drug crimes in the criminal justice system, changing the police force structure and forming a special drug police crime is one of the objectives of this research. The findings of this study indicate that Iran's criminal policy is low in drug offenses and its shortcomings. It also states that the Iranian criminal policy approach to combating drug offenses is a punishable, degrading and preventive approach while criminal policy must first and foremost be designed and planned for the long term.


Criminal Policy; Drug Crimes; Drug; Iran

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