Criminal justice – alcohol

Alcohol-related crime and the 24-hour city, 2016
The Mayor is committed to growing the capital’s Night-Time Economy (NTE) and has proposed appointing a ‘Night Mayor’. This, coupled with the introduction of the Night-Tube, means that London is well on its way to becoming a 24-hour city. A report Policing the Night-Time Economy (PDF) – assesses the challenges associated with policing London’s growing NTE, in particular the extent to which crime linked to alcohol consumption puts pressure on policing resources | London Assembly Police and Crime Committee, UK

Have you got what it takes? Tackling alcohol misuse (PDF), 2016
Important facts about alcohol, the Licensing Act and the Alcohol Strategy | Home Office, UK

Alcohol pricing, consumption and criminal harm, 2010? (PDF)
This rapid evidence assessment (REA) of the published research literature provides a specific Home Office focus after previous independent reviews on the effects of pricing and taxation on alcohol consumption and alcohol-associated harms. It looks specifically at the effects on crime-related outcomes | University of Sheffield, UK