There was a small increase in Staffordshire, in which figures allowed for only schools, and schools showed an increase in 18 from 2015 to 26 in 2018.
Campaigners said the statistics revealed drugs in universities and other areas of instruction was becoming a growing problem.
You will find just three offences for possession of controlled drugs such as cocaine, heroin and ecstasy in 2019down from six in 2018 and four in 2015.
Drug trafficking offences in areas of instruction increased from 1 in 2015 to four in 2018 and 12 in 2019.
Experts fear the dangers of cannabis use, including severe mental health difficulties as well as a stranger in the afterlife, aren’t being made apparent to teens.
Nuno Albuquerque, a therapy guide at medication specialists UKAT, that has established an addiction education program in schools, stated: “Misusing alcohol and drugs for a youngster can cause substantial short and long-term life and wellness issues.
“The kid may become physically and psychologically determined by the material, which often than not, results in carrying’tougher’ materials or consuming more alcohol so as to feel some result.
“Due to the material used, the youngster could lose out on their schooling, leading to a lack of employability. They can then turn to crime to finance their way of life and also to’match’ with other folks.
“We recommend the authorities to reassess welfare policies at the schooling industry and to promote alcohol and drug awareness programmes directed by specialists into universities as a matter of urgency since our analysis demonstrates that more and more young men and women are focusing on a really destructive path.”
West Midlands Police commissioner David Jamieson stated that he had been determined to attack the matter, but that schooling remained the trick to preventing young people from becoming involved with cannabis usage.
He explained: “We will need to do more to teach about the dangers of prohibited chemicals.