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About this app

The Trimbos Institute monitors the drug market in the Netherlands. They do this by, among other things, checking drugs from users for content.
When substances are found in drugs that pose an acute danger to public health, such as contaminated XTC pills, or pills with an extremely high dose of MDMA, a Red Alert is started.
At that time, health authorities and the media are informed. The public is informed by news messages, posters and flyers at parties. The purpose of a Red Alert is to inform as many people as possible and thus to keep the number of incidents as small as possible.

Download the app and:
• Receive a notification immediately if there is a Red Alert
• Discover how and where you can have your drugs tested
• Read how you can limit the risks of drugs
Updated on
May 15, 2024

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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What's new

We zijn constant op zoek naar bugs en verbeteringen. Komen wij er eentje tegen, dan beginnen we meteen met een update.
Heb je nog andere opmerkingen, vragen of tips? Laat het ons weten via de app, LinkedIn of onze website of neem contact op met info@trimbos.nl onderwerp Red alert app.
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