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Operation Intercept



The Multiple Consequences of Public Policy  
By Lawrence A. Gooberman

Copyright PERGAMON PRESS INC., 1974


1.  Operation Intercept: The Policy and the Research Problem

2.  The Multiple Consequences of Operation Intercept

3. Analysis of the Findings: Public Policy and the Drug Abuse Problem

4. Operation Intercept: Past, Present, and Future


I. Members of the Narcotics, Marihuana and Dangerous Drugs Task Force

II. The Interview Guide

III. Findings From Grosse Pointe Study:  Interview Excerpts

The Author

Lawrence A. Gooberman (Ph.D., The City University of New York) is Director of Social Services, Margaretville Memorial and Delaware Valley Hospitals, Delaware County, New York. His primary professional interest is in public policy analysis, particularly in the fields of medical sociology, drug abuse and deviant behavior. Dr. Gooberman has been a National Science Foundation Fellow and has done research for the Vera Institute of Justice and the President's Commission on Obscenity. He has been a New York City Probation Officer and has taught sociology at the State University College at New Paltz and Brooklyn College.