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An analysis of alcohol use and disorders amongst those detained in custody in Aberdeen.

Gibbons-Wood, David; Tait, Elizabeth; Morrison, Katie

Authors

David Gibbons-Wood

Elizabeth Tait

Katie Morrison



Abstract

The relationship between alcohol and crime is highly topical and increasingly important to policy makers. The connection between alcohol consumption and crime has significant implications for the implementation of appropriate interventions and policies. In recent years a number of studies have identified a relationship between alcohol and crime. Whilst this relationship is complex, it is clear that alcohol is a contributing factor in a number of crimes. This study builds on previous research and analyses the results of alcohol screening for excessive drinking amongst people in police custody in Aberdeen.

Report Type Research Report
Publication Date Oct 31, 2009
Publisher New Publisher Required
Institution Citation GIBBONS-WOOD, D., TAIT, E. and MORRISON, K. 2009. An analysis of alcohol use and disorders amongst those detained in custody in Aberdeen. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University.
Keywords Alcohol; Crime; Custody; Aberdeen

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