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  • Spiking information now live on the safer.scot website

    Created: 21/12/2022

    The Scottish Government has published content to inform and support the public around the subject of spiking.

    Spiking is when someone is given alcohol or drugs without their consent. Spiking can take different forms, it could be someone adding drugs, extra alcohol to your drink or by injection.  Drink spiking is the most common form of spiking and can also take place in private spaces and social events as well as in bars and nightclubs. Being spiked is never the fault of the victim.

    View the Spiking section on the safer.scot website.




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