a guide to useful rave info on the site.
Due to legislation like the Criminal Justice Act and the UK's stringent drug laws, it's likely that some ravers might get into trouble while enjoying a night out. The following sections explain the law surrounding rave and drug culture as well as offering useful contacts and guidelines.
Drugs and the Law
a brief outline of the UK drug laws
Drugs and the Criminal Law
A comprehensive guide to UK drug law, covering drug classification, arrest procedures and detention procedures.
Drugs and clubs
Going clubbing? Find out about your rights, what to expect from bouncers and what to do if you get into trouble.
Drugs - Drug testing FAQ
Some employers are now forcing their staff to test for drugs (but not alcohol, natch). many people - fearing for their jobs - have hurt themselves trying 'word of mouth' methods for fooling these tests. This rough guide describes various methods and is presented for information purposes only. We naturally recommend that you attempt none of the methods described and accept your instant sacking for smoking that joint on a friday night without complaint.
A short guide to recognising problems and administering help when someone is in trouble after taking drugs at a club.
Your rights on arrest
Crucial information: read it and learn it or print out a copy and keep it with you!
The Criminal Justice Act
A comprehensive guide to the complexities of the The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act of 1994, including sections about raves and 'trespassory assemblies'.
Reclaim the streets
Get political! The best raves, no question, and all for free!
How to put on a semi-legal party
Despite the CJA, there's still people putting music before money
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