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Effectiveness of anonymised information sharing and use in health service, police, and local government partnership for preventing violence related injury: experimental study and time series analysis (2011)
Journal Article
Florence, C., Shepherd, J., Brennan, I., & Simon, T. (2011). Effectiveness of anonymised information sharing and use in health service, police, and local government partnership for preventing violence related injury: experimental study and time series analysis. BMJ, 342(7812), d3313-d3313. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.d3313

Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of anonymised information sharing to prevent injury related to violence. Design: Experimental study and time series analysis of a prototype community partnership between the health service, police, and local g... Read More about Effectiveness of anonymised information sharing and use in health service, police, and local government partnership for preventing violence related injury: experimental study and time series analysis.

In Vino silentium? individual, situational, and alcohol-related factors in reporting violence to the police (2011)
Journal Article
Brennan, I. R. (2011). In Vino silentium? individual, situational, and alcohol-related factors in reporting violence to the police. Violence and Victims, 26(2), 191-207. https://doi.org/10.1891/0886-6708.26.2.191

This study identifies the individual, situational, and alcohol-related factors associated with reporting violent victimization to the police. Factors positively associated with reporting included older age and incident severity (the assailant's use o... Read More about In Vino silentium? individual, situational, and alcohol-related factors in reporting violence to the police.

Predicting and measuring premises-level harm in the night-time economy (2011)
Journal Article
Moore, S. C., Brennan, I., & Murphy, S. (2011). Predicting and measuring premises-level harm in the night-time economy. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 46(3), 357-363. https://doi.org/10.1093/alcalc/agr011

Aims: To assess associations between measures of premises-level alcohol-related harm and risk factors for harm. Methods: Thirty-two licensed premises with a history of on-premises violent assault were recruited. An environmental survey of the drinkin... Read More about Predicting and measuring premises-level harm in the night-time economy.

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