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Mahon, Ciara and Dooley, Barbara and O'Reilly, Aileen and Fitzgerald, Amanda (2024) Socioecological risk and protective factors for sexual victimization in post-secondary students in Ireland: a brief report. Journal of Interpersonal Violence , Early online .

Ponsford, Ruth and Melendez-Torres, G J and Miners, Alec and Falconer, Jane and Bonell, Chris (2024) Whole-school interventions promoting student commitment to school to prevent substance use and violence, and improve educational attainment: a systematic review. Public Health Research , 12 , (2) , pp. 1-322.

Deuchar, Ross and Densley, James (2024) Exploring the intersection of drug addiction and mental ill-health in Scottish prisons: a qualitative study of incarcerated men. Journal of Drug Issues , 54 , (3) , pp. 326-345.

Sheppard, Lauren and Alsubhi, Moosa and Brown, Vicki and Le, Ha and Robinson, Kim and Moodie, Marj (2024) What interventions are cost effective in reducing violence against women? A scoping review. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy , 22 , pp. 283-298.

Joksimovic, Natasha and Vallières, Frédérique and Hyland, Philip (2024) Gender differences in intimate partner violence: risk factors and associations with suicide. Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice and policy , 16 , (3) , pp. 470-477.

Fisher, Benjamin W and Petrosino, Anthony and Persson, Hannah and Guckenburg, Sarah and Fronius, Trevor and Benitez, Ivan and Earl, Kevin (2023) School-based law enforcement strategies to reduce crime, increase perceptions of safety, and improve learning outcomes in primary and secondary schools: a systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews , 19 , (4) .

Fazel, Seena and Burghart, Matthias and Wolf, Achim and Whiting, Daniel and Yu, Rongqin (2023) Effectiveness of violence prevention interventions: umbrella review of research in the general population. Trauma, Violence & Abuse .

Appleby, John and Georghiou, Theo and Ledger, Jean and Rolewicz, Lucina and Sherlaw-Johnson, Chris and Tomini, Sonila M and Frerich, Jason M and Ng, Pei Li (2023) Youth violence intervention programme for vulnerable young people attending emergency departments in London: a rapid evaluation. Health and Social Care Delivery Research , 11 , (10) , pp. 1-122.

Tripodi, Beniamino and Matarese, Irene and Carbone, Manuel Glauco (2023) A critical review of the psychomotor agitation treatment in youth. Life , 13 , (2) .

Reid, Ebony (2023) ‘Trap Life’: The psychosocial underpinnings of street crime in inner-city London. The British Journal of Criminology , 63 , (1) , pp. 168-183.

van Amsterdam, Jan and van den Brink, Wim (2023) Combined use of cocaine and alcohol: a violent cocktail? A systematic review. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine , 100 .

Emezue, Chuka and Chase, Jo-Ana D and Udmuangpia, Tipparat and Bloom, Tina L (2022) Technology-based and digital interventions for intimate partner violence: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Campbell Systematic Reviews , 18 , (3) .

Graham, William and Robertson, Annette (2022) Exploring criminal justice policy transfer models and mobilities using a case study of violence reduction. Criminology & Criminal Justice , 22 , (3) , pp. 423-441.

Lightowlers, Carly and Pina-Sánchez, Jose and McLaughlin, Fiona (2021) The role of deprivation and alcohol availability in shaping trends in violent crime. European Journal of Criminology .

(2021) Special issue "alcohol-related violence: the impact of drinking pattern, drinker personality and drinking context". International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 18 , (13) .

Butler, Michelle and McNamee, Catherine B and Kelly, Dominic (2021) Risk factors for interpersonal violence in prison: evidence from longitudinal administrative prison data in Northern Ireland. Journal of Interpersonal Violence , 37 , (15-16) , pp. 14610-14632.

Johnson, Julie K and Doonan, Samantha M (2021) Cannabis policy heterogeneity and effects on research—complexity expected. JAMA Network Open , 4 , (3) , e212545.

Gutiérrez D, José Antonio (2021) 'Whatever we have, we owe it to coca'. Insights on armed conflict and the coca economy from Argelia, Colombia. International Journal of Drug Policy , 89 , p. 103068.

Trendl, Anna and Stewart, Neil and Mullett, Timothy L (2021) The role of alcohol in the link between national football (soccer) tournaments and domestic abuse - Evidence from England. Social Science & Medicine , 268 , p. 113457.

Dertadian, George and Tomsen, Stephen (2021) The experience of safety, harassment and social exclusion among male clients of Sydney’s medically supervised injecting centre. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy , 10 , (4) .

Comiskey, Catherine and James, Philip and Smyth, Bobby (2020) Journeying with fear: Young people's experiences of cannabis use, crime and violence before treatment entry. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing , 33 , (2) , pp. 61-66.

Andrews, Naomi C Z and Motz, Mary and Bondi, Bianca C and Leslie, Margaret and Pepler, Debra J (2019) Using a developmental-relational approach to understand the impact of interpersonal violence in women who struggle with substance use. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 16 , (23) .

Latzman, Natasha E and Casanueva, Cecilia and Brinton, Julia and Forman‐Hoffman, Valerie L (2019) The promotion of well-being among children exposed to intimate partner violence. Campbell Systematic Reviews , 15 , (3) , e1049.

Higginson, Angela and Benier, Katherine and Shenderovich, Yulia and Bedford, Laura and Mazerolle, Lorraine and Murray, Joseph (2018) Factors associated with youth gang membership in low and middle-income countries: a systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews , 14 .

Boyd, Jade and Richardson, Lindsey and Anderson, Solanna and Kerr, Thomas and Small, Will and McNeil, Ryan (2018) Transitions in income generation among marginalized people who use drugs: a qualitative study on recycling and vulnerability to violence. International Journal of Drug Policy , 59 , pp. 36-43.

Hart, Wayne and Healy, Deirdre (2018) ‘An inside job’: An autobiographical account of desistance. European Journal of Probation , 10 , (2) , pp. 103-119.

Konkolÿ Thege, Barna and Horwood, Lewis and Slater, Linda and Tan, Maria C and Hodgins, David C and Wild, T Cameron (2017) Relationship between interpersonal trauma exposure and addictive behaviors: a systematic review. BMC Psychiatry , 17 , (1) , p. 164.

Delimata, Alexandra and Seymour, Mairead (2017) The ‘manageability of risk’ and recall on Supervised Licence: post-release pathways for serious violent and sexual offenders in Northern Ireland. Irish Probation Journal , 14 , pp. 92-111.

Roberts, Amanda and Coid, Jeremy and King, Robert and Murphy, Raegan and Turner, John and Bowden-Jones, Henrietta and Palmer Du Preez, Katie and Landon, Jason (2016) Gambling and violence in a nationally representative sample of UK men. Addiction , 111 , (12) .

MacDonald, Kai and Thomas, Michael L and Sciolla, Andres F and Schneider, Beacher and Pappas, Katherine and Bleijenberg, Gijs and Bohus, Martin and Bekh, Bradley and Carpenter, Linda and Carr, Alan and Dannlowski, Udo and Dorahy, Martin and Fahlke, Claudia and Finzi-Dottan, Ricky and Karu, Tobi and Gerdner, Arne and Glaesmer, Heide and Grabe, Hans Jörgen and Heins, Marianne and Kenny, Dianna T and Kim, Daeho and Knoop, Hans and Lobbestael, Jill and Lochner, Christine and Lauritzen, Grethe and Ravndal, Edle and Riggs, Shelley and Sar, Vedat and Schäfer, Ingo and Schlosser, Nicole and Schwandt, Melanie L and Stein, Murray B and Subic-Wrana, Claudia and Vogel, Mark and Wingenfeld, Katja (2016) Minimization of childhood maltreatment is common and consequential: results from a large, multinational sample using the childhood trauma questionnaire. PLoS ONE , 11 , (1) .

Torchalla, Iris and Linden, Isabelle Aube and Strehlau, Verena and Neilson, Erika K and Krausz, Michael (2015) "Like a lots happened with my whole childhood": violence, trauma, and addiction in pregnant and postpartum women from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Harm Reduction Journal , 12 .

Connolly, Johnny (2014) Drug-related intimidation and community violence. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 51, Autumn 2014 , pp. 17-18.

Connolly, Johnny (2012) Report of the Strategic Response Group – ‘A better city for all’. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 43, Autumn 2012 , pp. 4-5.

Connolly, Johnny (2012) Drugs and crime data 2012. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 43, Autumn 2012 , pp. 29-31.

Naughton, C and Drennan, Jonathan and Lyons, Imogen and Lafferty, Attracta and Tracy, M and Phelan, A and O'Loughlin, A and Delaney, L (2012) Elder abuse and neglect in Ireland: results from a national prevalence survey. Age and Ageing , 41 , (1) , pp. 98-103.

Iro, Chinedu and Nkire, Nnamdi and O'Connor, John J (2011) Violence and aggression at a substance misuse treatment clinic in Ireland. The Psychiatrist , 35 , (6) , pp. 216-219.

McAloney, Kareena and McCrystal, Patrick and Percy, Andrew and McCartan, Claire (2009) Damaged youth: Prevalence of community violence exposure and implications for adolescent well-being in a post conflict society. Journal of Community Psychology , 37 , (5) , pp. 635-648.

Mahon, Maurice and Devaney, John and Lazenbatt, Anne (2009) The role of theory in promoting social work values and its potential effect on outcomes in work with domestically violent men. Irish Probation Journal , 6 , pp. 153-172.

Henry, Francis P and Purcell, Elizabeth M and Eadie, Patricia A (2007) The human bite injury: a clinical audit and discussion regarding the management of this alcohol fuelled phenomenon. Emergency Medicine Journal , 24 , (7) , pp. 455-458.

O'Donnell, Ian (2005) Violence and social change in the Republic of Ireland. International Journal of the Sociology of Law , 33 , pp. 101-117.

Report

Cosma, Alina and Molcho, Michal and Pickett, William (2024) A focus on adolescent peer violence and bullying in Europe, central Asia and Canada. Health Behaviour in School-aged Children international report from the 2021/2022 survey. Copenhagen: World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe.

Walsh, Colm and Razey, Kelly and Scott, David and Sheehan, Katie and Farrington, Christopher and Hazelden, Claire and Anderson, Phil and Caldwell, Frances (2023) Characteristics of public health approaches for youth violence prevention. Belfast: Queen's University Belfast.

de Schutter, Astrid and Duquet, Nils and Vanden Auweele, Dennis (2023) The nexus between drug markets and gun violence in the European Union. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Mercy Law Resource Centre. (2023) Social housing, domestic violence and the public sector duty. Dublin: Mercy Law Resource Centre.

Moore, D and Keane, H and Exendahl, M and Graham, K and Duncan, D and Farrugia, Adrian and Nourse, G and Lenton, E (2023) Analysing gender in research and policy on alcohol-related violence among young people: a summary of findings and recommendations from an international comparative study. Melbourne: Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University.

Women's Aid. (2023) Women's Aid annual impact report 2022. Dublin: Women's Aid.

Central Statistics Office. (2023) Recorded Crime Victims 2022 and Suspected Offenders 2021. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Ireland. Department of Justice. (2023) Study on familicide and domestic and family violence death reviews. Dublin: Department of Justice.

Scottish Government. Safer Communities Directorate. (2023) Violence prevention framework for Scotland. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

An Garda Síochána. (2023) Provisional Crime Statistics 2022. An Garda Síochána.

Women and Harm Reduction International Network, International Community of Women Living with HIV. (2023) Joint briefing paper on women who use drugs living with HIV. WHRIN and ICW.

NEIC Programme Office. (2022) Dublin North East Inner City progress report 2022. Dublin: Dublin City Council NEIC Programme Office.

Walsh, Colm (2022) From contextual to criminal harm: young people's perceptions and experiences of child criminal exploitation (CCE) in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Department of Justice.

World Health Organization. (2022) A public health perspective on alcohol establishments: licensing, density and locations. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Barry, Brian and Morales, Lucia and Carthy, Aiden (2022) An evidence review of behavioural economics in the justice sector. Dublin: Ireland. Department of Justice.

Eurostat. (2022) EU survey on gender-based violence against women and other forms of inter-personal violence (EU-GBV) — first results. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Scottish Drug Deaths Taskforce. (2022) Scottish drug deaths taskforce evidence paper. Scottish Drug Deaths Taskforce.

An Garda Siochana. (2022) Provisional crime statistics 2022 (to end June 2022). Dublin: An Garda Siochana.

Fitzpatrick, Finbarr (2022) The landscape of substance misuse and its impact on the communities of Tallaght’s Drugs and Alcohol Task Force. Dublin: Tallaght Drug & Alcohol Task Force.

Policing Authority. (2022) Policing Authority assessment of policing performance 2022. Dublin: Policing Authority.

US Department of State. Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons. (2022) Trafficking in persons report 2022. Washington D.C.: United States Department of State.

Women's Aid. (2022) Women's Aid annual impact report 2021. Dublin: Women's Aid.

Prakashini Banka, Sonam and Lavelle Cafferkey, Sadie and McDonagh, David and Walsh, Ruby and Comiskey, Catherine (2022) A rapid review of the international literature and a national estimate of the prevalence of women who use substances and experience domestic violence in Ireland. Dublin: SAOL Project.

HM Government. (2022) Guidance for local delivery partners. From harm to hope: A 10-year drugs plan to cut crime and save lives. London: HM Government.

Ireland. Department of Justice. (2022) Zero tolerance. Third national strategy on domestic, sexual & gender-based violence 2022-2026. Dublin: Government of Ireland.

Irish College of General Practitioners. (2022) Domestic violence and abuse recognition and management in general practice. Dublin: Irish College of General Practitioners.

Asmussen, Kirsten and Waddell, Stephanie and Molloy, Donna and Moore, Ian (2022) What works to improve the lives of England’s most vulnerable children: a review of interventions for a local family help offer. London: Early Intervention Foundation.

Office for National Statistics. (2022) Victimisation and its relationship to drug misuse, common mental disorder and well-being in England and Wales: year ending March 2021. London: Office for National Statistics.

Ipsos European Public Affairs. (2022) Flash Eurobarometer 493. Impact of drugs on communities Ireland. Brussels: European Commission.

Bray local drugs and alcohol task force. (2022) Bray local drugs and alcohol task force annual report 2021. Bray: Bray local drugs and alcohol task force.

Health Research Board. Irish National Focal Point to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2022) Focal Point Ireland: national report for 2021. Dublin: Health Research Board.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. Walsh, Michelle (2021) ‘Storm and stress’ an exploration of sexual harassment amongst adolescents. Dublin: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Women's Aid. (2021) Women's Aid annual impact report 2020. Dublin: Women's Aid.

Friis Søgaard, Thomas and Højlund Bræmer, Marie and Mulbjerg Pedersen, Michael (2021) Exploring drug supply, associated violence and exploitation of vulnerable groups in Denmark. Technical report. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Central Statistics Office. (2021) Recorded crime victims 2020 and suspected offenders 2019. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Ross, K and Campbell, P (2021) Perceptions of crime: findings from the 2019/20 Northern Ireland safe community survey. Belfast: Department of Justice.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2021) Global report on trafficking in persons 2020. Vienna: United Nations.

Europol. (2021) EUROPOL spotlight - the use of violence by organised crime groups. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

O'Carroll, Austin (2021) Interim report on mortality in single homeless population 2020. Dublin: Dublin Region Homeless Executive.

Women's Aid. (2020) Women's Aid annual impact report 2019. Dublin: Women's Aid.

Central Statistics Office. (2020) Crime and victimisation 2019. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

McLaren, Helen and Fischer, Jane and Zannettino, Lana (2020) Defining quality of life indicators for measuring perpetrator intervention effectiveness. Sydney: ANROWS.

Morton, Sarah and Curran, Megan (2019) Fostering understanding, empowering change: practice responses to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and intergenerational patterns of domestic violence. Tipperary: Cuan Saor Women’s Refuge.

Walsh, Kathy and McNally, Michelle and Bennett, John (2019) Perceptions of safety among people living and working in the Finglas Community Safety Forum catchment. Dublin: Finglas Safety Forum.

Central Statistics Office. (2018) Recorded crime Q2 2018. Dublin: Central Statistics Office.

Early Intervention Foundation. (2018) Why reducing parental conflict matters for the NHS. London: Early Intervention Foundation.

Early Intervention Foundation. (2018) EIF commissioner guide: Reducing the impact of interparental conflict on children. London: Early Intervention Foundation.

An Garda Siochana. (2018) An Garda Siochana: annual report 2017. Dublin: An Garda Siochana.

Shannon, Geoffrey (2017) Audit of the exercise by An Garda Síochána of the provisions of Section 12 of the Child Care Act 1991. Dublin: An Garda Siochana.

Andell, Paul and Pitts, John (2017) Preventing the violent and sexual victimisation of vulnerable gang-involved and gang-affected children and young people in Ipswich. Suffolk: University of Suffolk.

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. (2017) Violent and aggressive behaviours in people with mental health problems. London: NICE.

Benoit, Thérèse and Jauffret-Roustide, Marie (2016) Improving the management of violence experienced by women who use psychoactive substances. Consultation of professionals in September and October 2015 in four European cities: Paris, Rome, Madrid and Lisbon. Brussels: Council of Europe.

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. (2016) Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions annual report 2015. Dublin: Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.

World Health Organization. (2015) Preventing youth violence: an overview of the evidence. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Ford, Kat and Quigg, Zara and Woods, Sara and Grant, Caroline and Hughes, Karen (2015) A case study to demonstrate the use of health data in violence prevention within the voluntary and community sector. Liverpool: Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Hopkins University.

Ulster University. O’Neill, Siobhan and Armour, Cherie and Bolton, David and Bunting, Brendan and Corry, Colette and Devine, Barney and Ennis, Edel and Ferry, Finola and McKenna, Aine and McLafferty, Margaret and Murphy, Sam (2015) Towards a better future: the trans-generational impact of the Troubles on mental health. Belfast: Commission for Victims and Survivors.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2015) Introducing the United Nations model strategies and practical measures on the elimination of violence against children in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice: a new tool for policymakers, criminal justice officials and practitioners. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

Mackay, M and Vincenten, J (2014) National action to address child intentional injury - 2014. Europe summary. Birmingham: European Child Safety Alliance.

World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe. (2014) Prisoners and health. Copenhagen: World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe.

Mitis, Francesco and Sethi, Dinesh and Crispino, Vittoria and Galea, Gauden (2014) European facts and the Global status report on violence prevention 2014. Copenhagen: World Health Organization.

North Inner City Drugs Task Force. (2013) North Inner City Drugs Task Force trends and behaviours online survey . Violence, intimidation and threats. Dublin: North Inner City Drugs Task Force.

United Kingdom. Home Office. (2013) Addressing youth violence and gangs. Practical advice for schools and colleges. London: Home Office.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) RCNI statistical report on crimes of child sexual volence. Galway: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Safe Ireland. (2012) SAFE Ireland domestic violence services national statistics 2011. Dublin: Safe Ireland.

Central Statistics Office. (2012) Recorded crime quarter 2 2012. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2012) Garda recorded crime statistics 2006-2010. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

COSC. The National Office for the Prevention of Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence. (2012) Awareness raising of domestic and sexual violence: a survey of post-primary schools in Ireland. Dublin: Cosc.

Central Statistics Office. (2011) Garda recorded crime statistics 2005-2009. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Safe Ireland. (2011) And just another day: The 4th November 2010. A national one day count of women and children accessing Safe Ireland domestic violence services. Dublin: Safe Ireland.

Central Statistics Office. (2010) Garda recorded crime statistics: 2004-2008. Dublin: Stationery Office.

COSC. The National Office for the Prevention of Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence. (2010) National strategy on domestic, sexual and gender-based violence 2010-2014. Dublin: The National Office for the Prevention of Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence.

National SATU Guidelines Development Group. (2010) Recent rape/sexual assault: National guidelines on referral and forensic clinical examination in Ireland. Dublin: National SATU Guidelines Development Group.

Central Statistics Office. (2009) Recorded crime: quarter 3 2009. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2009) Recorded crime: quarter 2 2009. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2009) Recorded crime: quarter 1 2009. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2009) Recorded crime: quarter 4 2008. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2009) Garda recorded crime statistics 2003-2007. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2008) Recorded crime: quarter 3 2008. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2008) Recorded crime: quarter 2 2008. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2008) Recorded crime: quarter 1 2008. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2008) Headline crime statistics: quarter 4 2007. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2007) Headline crime statistics: quarter 3 2007. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2007) Headline crime statistics: quarter 2 2007. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2007) Headline crime statistics: quarter 1 2007. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2007) Headline crime statistics: quarter 4 2006 (Provisional). Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Central Statistics Office. (2006) Headline crime statistics: quarter 3 2006 (provisional). Cork: Central Statistics Office.

O'Connor, Monica (2006) Housing policy and practice for women experiencing domestic violence. Dublin: Eastern Regional Committee on Violence Against Women.

World Health Organization. (2006) Youth violence and alcohol. Geneva: World Health Organization.

The Lord Mayor's Commission on Crime and Policing. (2005) The Lord Mayor's Commission on crime and policing. Dublin: The Lord Mayor's Office.

Watson, Dorothy and Parsons, Sara (2005) Domestic abuse of women and men in Ireland: report on the national study of domestic abuse. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Roberts, Marcus (2005) Using women. London: Drugscope.

Richardson, Anna and Budd, Tracey (2003) Alcohol, crime and disorder: a study of young adults. London: Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

Central Statistics Office. (2002) Quarterly national household survey: crime and victimisation, September - November 1998. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Dooley, Enda (2001) Homicide in Ireland 1992 - 1996. Dublin: Stationery Office.

National Crime Forum. (1998) Report of the National Crime Forum 1998. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration.

Ireland. Department of Justice. (1997) Tackling crime: discussion paper. Dublin: Stationery Office.

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Webpage

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Europol. (2022) EU drug market: cocaine — in-depth analysis. URL: https://www.emcdda.europa.eu/publications/eu-drug-...

FactSheet

World Health Organization. (2023) Youth violence. World Health Organization.

Pan American Health Organization. (2022) Alcohol and violence against women. Washington DC: Pan American Health Organization.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Dáil Éireann debate. Questions 151 - An Garda Síochána [33073/23]. (05 Jul 2023)

[Oireachtas] Dáil Éireann debate. Written answers 317 & 62 - Departmental projects & Crime prevention [Intimidation] [51618/22 & 52410/22]. (20 Oct 2022)

[Oireachtas] Dáil Éireann debate. Written answer 21 – Crime prevention [26137/22]. (24 May 2022)

[Oireachtas] Dáil Éireann debate. Written answer 787 – Health services [DRIVE] [14466/22]. (22 Mar 2022)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Combating domestic, sexual and gender-based violence: statements . (19 Nov 2020)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Questions: Regeneration projects [15758/20]. (14 Jul 2020)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Domestic Violence Bill 2017 [Seanad]: Report and Final Stages (continued). (25 Apr 2018)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 485 - Drugs crime [11829/15]. (24 Mar 2015)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Priority questions 1 & 3 – Gangland killings [46576/12, 46644/12]. (24 Oct 2012)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Topical issue debate - Criminal Assets Bureau. (26 Jun 2012)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Topical issue debate - Northern Ireland issues [Republican Action Against Drugs]. (23 May 2012)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Topical issue debate – organised crime. (26 Apr 2012)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answers 155 & 156 - Crime prevention [20644/12]. (25 Apr 2012)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 520 - Prison sentencing [22163/11]. (21 Jul 2011)

Book

Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development. (2011) Women in the criminal justice system. 13th annual conference 2010. Dublin: Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development .

O'Mahony, Paul (1997) Mountjoy prisoners: A sociological and criminological profile. Dublin: Stationery Office .

Book Section

Stoicescu, Claudia and Richer, Ariel and Gilbert, Louisa (2020) Nexus of risk: the co-occurring problems of gender-based violence, HIV and drug use among women and adolescent girls. In: The Impact of Global Drug Policy on Women: Shifting the Needle. Emerald .

Thesis

Kelleher, Caroline (2009) The ‘hidden’ costs of sexual violence: a multi-dimensional approach to the impact and experience of trauma”. PhD thesis, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

News

[rte.ie] , Spain, Sinead Weekend drug use 'supports violence and crime' - Harris. (16 Feb 2023)

[Department of Justice] Bill to outlaw the grooming of children into crime announced by Ministers McEntee and Browne. (15 Jan 2021)

[Irish Times] , Holland, Kitty Domestic violence linked to suicides of young women in west Dublin – HSE report. (11 Nov 2020)

[Irish Times] , Hutton, Brian Connolly among stations with most text alerts for antisocial behaviour. (03 Nov 2020)

[Irish Times] , Cullen, Paul State urged to reject idea cannabis has medicinal function. (18 Sep 2019)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Young people see drug dealing as ‘work’ to buy consumer goods. (30 Apr 2019)

Press Association. [Irish Examiner] Gardaí undertake public order training to respond to drug-related violence. (21 Mar 2019)

[Irish Times] , McGreevy, Ronan Abuse of sedatives leading to rise in ‘violence, aggression’ among teens. (23 Feb 2018)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac A year of crime: Violence inflicted on young and old alike. (30 Dec 2017)

[Independent.ie] , Foy, Ken Cocaine: The Gang Wars connection. (19 Nov 2017)

[thejournal.ie] , Ryan, Orla People warned that small weed or cocaine habits are fuelling violent crime. (08 Nov 2017)

[Belfast Telegraph] , Black, Rebecca Group issues death threat against 14 in west Belfast. (07 Nov 2017)

[Independent.ie] , O'Hanlon, Eilis Trust no one who says there are easy answers to drugs. (29 May 2016)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Dublin community procession over killings and drugs crisis. (17 May 2016)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Gangland violence: inner city ‘in fear’ after terror return. (19 Feb 2016)

[Irish Examiner] New type of cannabis emerges that is said to make users 'more violent'. (03 Dec 2015)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Concern at rise in street drug violence. (29 Oct 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Halloran, Georgina Drugs found in 38% of homicide victims. (25 Aug 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , Baker, Ted Prison reports highlight overcrowding, violence and drugs issues. (01 May 2014)

[Irish Independent] , O'Halloran, Georgina Alcohol is a factor in many fatal assaults, says forensic experts. (29 Jul 2013)

[Irish Independent] Women run day-to-day criminal business of leading drugs gangs. (06 Jan 2013)

[irishhealth.com] , Condon, Deborah Longer pub hours 'increase violence'. (29 Nov 2011)

[Sunday Independent] , Cusack, Jim Gang 'godmothers' taking over the family business. (27 Nov 2011)

[BBC News Online] , Easton, Mark Drug laws 'may make matters worse'. (01 Apr 2011)

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