End Cannabis Prohibition Jersey
Recommendations
for Reform.

Contents.

Subtopics:
  1. Key Recommendations.
    1. Conduct a review of medicinal cannabis use.
    2. Nurture the cannabis cultivation industry.
    3. Prioritise the new Drug and Alcohol Strategy.
    4. Decriminalise the possession of cannabis.
    5. Investigate the legalisation of cannabis.

Start.

  1. Home.
    1. A blueprint for cannabis reform in Jersey.
  2. Introduction.
    1. End Cannabis Prohibition Jersey.
    2. Jersey Medicinal Cannabis Patient Alliance.
  3. Preamble.
    1. Cannabis is on the agenda.
    2. A blueprint for reform.
  4. Themes.
    1. Effectuating cannabis reform in Jersey.

Patient Access.

  1. Supporting patients and developing expertise.
    1. Abstract.
    2. Topics.
  2. What's preventing GPs from prescribing medicinal cannabis?
    1. Who can prescribe medicinal cannabis?
    2. How can we encourage GPs to prescribe?
  3. Can a mechanism be found to subsidise the cost of medicinal cannabis?
    1. Medicinal cannabis is expensive.
    2. What do we know about medicinal cannabis use?
    3. How can we support patients in greatest need?
  4. How can we best develop expertise in medicinal cannabis?
    1. Knowledge is power.
    2. Is a hospital cannabis clinic the answer?
    3. Creating a centre of excellence.
  5. How can we reduce medicinal cannabis stigma?
    1. Public education.
    2. Healthcare acceptance.
    3. Compassionate policing.
  6. Patient Access summary.
    1. Recommendations.

Cannabis Industry.

  1. Maximising the potential of cannabis cultivation.
    1. Abstract.
    2. Topics.
  2. How has the cannabis industry evolved in Jersey?
    1. History of cannabis in Jersey.
    2. The revival of cannabis cultivation.
  3. What refinements can be made to our cannabis industry?
    1. Fine-tuning governance.
    2. Increase the limit of THC in industrial hemp.
    3. Redefine the limit of THC in OTC end products.
  4. How can hemp improve our environment?
    1. Is hemp the future of sustainable economies?
    2. Regenerative agriculture & carbon sequestration.
    3. Building with hempcrete.
  5. Cannabis Industry summary.
    1. Recommendations.

Substance Use Strategy.

  1. Addressing drug and alcohol consumption.
    1. Abstract.
    2. Topics.
  2. Where is the substance use strategy?
    1. What is the current situation?
    2. We need to prioritise the new strategy.
  3. How can we improve oversight of substance use?
    1. Substance use is a health concern.
    2. Are additional advisors required?
  4. How can we improve the provision of information on substance use?
    1. Education is key.
  5. Substance Use Strategy summary.
    1. Recommendations.

Decriminalisation.

  1. Personal cannabis use should not result in a criminal record.
    1. Abstract.
    2. Topics.
  2. How is cannabis currently prohibited in Jersey?
    1. Classification and Scheduling.
    2. Parish Hall Enquiry diversion schemes.
    3. Court sanctions for cannabis.
  3. Are Class B and C drugs set to be decriminalised?
    1. Proposed legislation.
    2. Could updated guidance allow discretion?
    3. A priority for the next Government.
  4. What further reforms are needed?
    1. Cannabis should be classified uniformly.
    2. Scheduling should recognise medicinal value.
    3. Smoking medicinal cannabis should not be illegal.
    4. Personal cultivation should be tolerated.
    5. Is drug sentencing proportionate?
    6. Is the policing of cannabis in the public interest?
  5. Decriminalisation summary.
    1. Recommendations.

Towards Regulation.

  1. Cannabis legalisation is inevitable.
    1. Abstract.
    2. Topics.
  2. The status quo cannot continue.
    1. The War on Drugs has failed.
    2. Relative harms of drugs.
    3. Taking control.
  3. How can we proceed with the legalisation of cannabis?
    1. UN drug control conventions.
    2. Preparing for the future.
    3. Legalisation is inevitable.
  4. Towards Regulation summary.
    1. Recommendations.

End.

  1. Recommendations for Reform.
    1. Patient Access.
    2. Cannabis Industry.
    3. Substance Use Strategy.
    4. Decriminalisation.
    5. Towards Regulation.
  2. Conclusion.
    1. It is not reasonable to maintain the status quo.

Files.

  1. ECPJ Campaign Summary PDF
  2. ECPJ Campaign Poster #1 PDF
  3. ECPJ Campaign Poster #2 PDF
  4. PDF Guide to Accessing Medicinal Cannabis

Etc.

  1. Elections.
    1. District 1 – St Mary, St Ouen & St Peter.
    2. District 2 – St Brelade.
    3. District 3 – St John, St Lawrence & Trinity.
    4. District 4 – St Helier North.
    5. District 5 – St Helier Central.
    6. District 6 – St Helier South.
    7. District 7 – St Saviour.
    8. District 8 – St Clement.
    9. District 9 – Grouville & St Martin.
  2. Blog.
    1. Announcing the launch of the ECPJ electioneering campaign.
    2. What's the story behind End Cannabis Prohibition Jersey?
    3. What you need to know about the 2022 general elections.
    4. ECPJ Campaign Update #1.
    5. ECPJ Campaign Update #2.
    6. ECPJ Campaign Update #3.
    7. ECPJ Campaign Update #4.
    8. ECPJ Campaign Update #5.
    9. ECPJ Campaign Update #6.
    10. Poisons, the Police and the Pharmaceutical Society.
    11. ECPJ Campaign Update #7.
    12. ECPJ Campaign Update #8.
    13. ECPJ Campaign Update #9.
    14. ECPJ Campaign Update #10.
    15. ECPJ Campaign Update #11.
    16. ECPJ Campaign Update #12.
    17. ECPJ Campaign Update #13.
    18. ECPJ Campaign Update #14.
    19. ECPJ Campaign Update #15.
    20. ECPJ Campaign Update #16.
    21. A rebuttal of the amendment that seeks to prevent a review of the legal status of cannabis in Guernsey.
    22. ECPJ Campaign Update #17.
    23. An open letter in response to Deputy Rob Prow on the matter of Proposition 14B.
    24. ECPJ Campaign Update #18.
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