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Aryan, Negaar and Grigorian, Areg and Matsushima, Kazuhide and Schellenberg, Morgan and Nahmias, Jeffry and Emigh, Brent and Inaba, Kenji (2023) Mechanisms of injury in adolescent trauma patients with a positive marijuana screen. The American Surgeon , Early online .

Gilchrist, Gail and Potts, Laura C and Connolly, Dean J and Winstock, Adam and Barratt, Monica J and Ferris, Jason and Gilchrist, Elizabeth and Davies, Emma (2023) Experience and perpetration of intimate partner violence and abuse by gender of respondent and their current partner before and during COVID-19 restrictions in 2020: a cross-sectional study in 13 countries. BMC Public Health , 23 .

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

Fischer, Benedikt and Lindner, Sheila Rubia and Hall, Wayne (2022) Cannabis use and public health: time for a comprehensive harm-to-others framework. The Lancet. Public Health , 7 , (10) , e808-e809.

Prego-Meleiro, Pablo and Montalvo, Gemma and García-Ruiz, Carmen and Bravo Serrano, Begoña and Ayuso-Tejedor, Sara and Megía Moralesc, Carmen and Quintela-Jorge, Óscar (2022) An approximation to the identification of contexts, experiences, and profiles of victims of drug-facilitated sexual assaults. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine , 90 .

Doyle, Anne (2022) Sexual violence related to alcohol and/or drug use among Irish students. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 81, Spring 2022 , pp. 4-6.

Sundin, Erica and Landberg, Jonas and Galanti, Maria Rosaria and Room, Robin and Ramstedt, Mats (2021) Country-level heavy episodic drinking and individual-level experiences of harm from others' drinking-related aggression in 19 European countries. European Addiction Research .

Litherland, Steven and Miller, Peter and Droste, Nic and Graham, Kathryn (2021) Male barroom aggression among members of the Australian construction industry: associations with heavy episodic drinking, trait variables and masculinity factors. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 18 , (13) .

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.

Bryant, Lucy and Lightowlers, Carly (2021) The socioeconomic distribution of alcohol-related violence in England and Wales. PLoS ONE , 16 , (2) , e0243206.

Walshe, Catherine (2020) National Sexual Assault Treatment Unit Services annual report, 2019. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 75, Autumn 2020 , p. 17.

Guiney, Ciara (2020) Fostering understanding, empowering change: practice responses to adverse childhood experiences and intergenerational patterns of domestic violence. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 74, Summer 2020 , pp. 17-19.

Jones, Roland M and Van Den Bree, Marianne and Zammit, Stanley and Taylor, Pamela J (2020) Change in the relationship between drinking alcohol and risk of violence among adolescents and young adults: a nationally representative longitudinal study. Alcohol and Alcoholism , 55 , (4) , pp. 439-447.

Rasmussen, Line Jee Hartmann and Moffitt, Terrie E and Arseneault, Louise and Danese, Andrea and Eugen-Olsen, Jesper and Fisher, Helen L and Harrington, HonaLee and Houts, Renate and Matthews, Timothy and Sugden, Karen and Williams, Benjamin and Caspi, Avshalom (2020) Association of adverse experiences and exposure to violence in childhood and adolescence with inflammatory burden in young people. JAMA Pediatrics , 174 , (1) , pp. 1-11.

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) .

McKetin, Rebecca and Leung, Janni and Stockings, Emily and Huo, Yan and Foulds, James and Lappin, Julia M and Cumming, Craig and Arunogiri, Shalini and Young, Jesse T and Sara, Grant and Farrell, Michael and Degenhardt, Louisa (2019) Mental health outcomes associated with of the use of amphetamines: a systematic review and meta-analysis. EClinicalMedicine , 16 , pp. 81-97.

Korcha, Rachel A and Cherpitel, Cheryl J and Bond, Jason and Ye, Yu and Monteiro, Maristela G and Chou, Patricia and Borges, Guilherme and Cook, Won Kim and Bassier-Paltoo, Marcia and Hao, Wei (2018) Drinking context and cause of injury: emergency department studies from 22 countries. Journal of Substance Use , 23 , (3) , pp. 240-246.

Mason, Robin and Wolf, Marni and O'Rinn, Susan and Ene, Gabrielle (2017) Making connections across silos: intimate partner violence, mental health, and substance use. BMC Women's Health , 17 , (1) , p. 29.

Meng, Xiangfei and D'Arcy, Carl (2016) Gender moderates the relationship between childhood abuse and internalizing and substance use disorders later in life: a cross-sectional analysis. BMC Psychiatry , 16 , (1) , p. 401.

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) .

Choo, Esther and Guthrie, K Morrow and Mello, Michael and Wetle, Terrie F and Ranney, Megan and Tapé, Chantal and Zlotnick, Caron (2016) "I need to hear from women who have 'been there'": Developing a woman-focused intervention for drug use and partner violence in the emergency department. Partner Abuse , 7 , (2) , pp. 193-220.

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 .

Keane, Martin (2015) Ruhama annual report 2013. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 52, Winter 2014 , p. 23.

McKay, Michael T and Dempster, Martin and Mello, Zena (2015) Does consideration of future consequences moderate the relationship between aggression and alcohol use in adolescents? Results from the United Kingdom. Addiction Research & Theory , 23 , (5) , pp. 372-379.

Connolly, Johnny (2014) Drug-facilitated sexual assault: an Irish perspective. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 51, Autumn 2014 , p. 18.

Murphy, Ian and Lavelle, Lisa and Ni Mhurchu, Elaine and McCarthy, R and Heffernan, E (2014) Imaging of gunshot injuries in a west Dublin teaching hospital – A ten year review. Irish Medical Journal , 107 , (8) .

McBrierty, Dermot and Wilkinson, Andrew and Tormey, William P (2013) A review of drug-facilitated sexual assault evidence: an Irish perspective. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine , 20 , (4) , pp. 189-197.

Connolly, Johnny (2013) The role of alcohol in rape cases in Ireland. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 44, Winter 2012 , p. 10.

O'Farrell, Anne and de la Harpe, Davida and Geary, U (2013) The epidemiology of assault-related hospital in-patient admissions and ED attendances. Irish Medical Journal , 106 , (3) , pp. 72-74.

Halpenny, Ann Marie (2012) Parenting and family support for families 'at risk' - implications from child abuse reports. Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies , 12 , (1) , pp. 88-98.

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.

Connolly, Johnny (2011) Council of Europe highlights drug-related violence in Irish prisons. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 37, Spring 2011 , p. 27.

Hope, Ann and Mongan, Deirdre (2011) A profile of self-reported alcohol-related violence in Ireland. Contemporary Drug Problems , 38 , (2) , pp. 237-258.

Mongan, Deirdre (2010) Rape in Ireland – what role does alcohol play? Drugnet Ireland , Issue 33, Spring 2010 , p. 11.

Ambreen Taj, Anita and Keenan, Eamon and Casey, Patricia (2008) Childhood adversity and substance misuse. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 25 , (1) , pp. 29-30.

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.

Higgins, Kathryn and Kilpatrick, R (2005) The impact of paramilitary violence against a heroin-user community in Nothern Ireland: A qualitative analysis. International Journal of Drug Policy , 16 , pp. 334-342.

Quigley, Paul A (2004) Addressing violence in methadone maintenance treatment. Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems , 6 , (1) , pp. 5-18.

Rossow, Ingeborg (2001) Alcohol and homicide: a cross-cultural comparison of the relationship in 14 European countries. Addiction , 96 , (Supplement 1) , pp. 77-92.

Fahy, Sabina and Browne, Roy and Sloan, Darina and Keating, Shay and O'Connor, John J (2000) An audit of violent incidents in a drug treatment centre. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 17 , (1) , pp. 29-33.


Lightowlers, Carly and Bryant, Lucy (2023) Off-trade alcohol availability and violence: assessing the impact of on-trade outlet closures. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

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.

Central Statistics Office. (2023) Sexual violence survey 2022. Cork: Central Statistics Office.

Alcohol and Families Alliance. (2023) Alcohol and intimate partner relationships: research study. United Kingdom: Alcohol and Families Alliance.

Morton, Sarah and Gallagher, Blaithin and McLoughlin, Emma (2023) 'You can't fix this in six months': the intersectionality of women's substance use in the Irish context. Dublin: University College Dublin and Merchants Quay Ireland.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2023) The global report on cocaine 2023 - Local dynamics, global challenges. Vienna: United Nations.

Bryant, Lucy (2023) Patterns in alcohol related violence: exploring recent declines in alcohol related violence in England and Wales. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines Scientific Expert Panels. Paradis, Catherine and Butt, P and Shield, K and Poole, N and Wells, S and Naimi, T and Sherk, A (2023) Canada’s guidance on alcohol and health: final report. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.

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

Plaza, L and Ferrer, R and Vale Pires, C (2022) Sexism free night – research report. Sexism Free Night European Project.

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre. (2020) Dublin Rape Crisis Centre. Statistics supplement 2019. Dublin: Dublin Rape Crisis Centre.

The Commission on Alcohol Harm. (2020) ‘It’s everywhere’ - alcohol’s public face and private harm. London: Alcohol Health Alliance UK.

Burke, Lorraine and O'Higgins, Siobhan and McIvor, Charlotte and Dawson, Kate and O'Donovan, Roisin and MacNeela, Padraig (2020) The active* consent / union of students in Ireland sexual experiences survey 2020: sexual violence and harassment experiences in a national survey of higher education institutions. Galway: NUI Galway.

Women’s Safety NSW, Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education. (2020) Family violence and alcohol during COVID-19. Sydney: FARE.

Morton, Sarah and Devaney, Eva and O'Connor, Karen and McKeown, Pauline and Harris, Anita (2020) Gender and Irish drug policy: report submitted to the working group as part of the 'Implementing a gender approach in different drug policy areas: from prevention, care and treatment service to law enforcement' project. Dublin: University College Dublin and Department of Health.

Hales, Gavin and du Mont, Sophie and Desroches, Callyane and Redgrave, Harvey (2020) What is driving serious violence: drugs. “The marketplace is more volatile and violent than it has ever been”. London: Crest Advisory.

Eogan, Maeve (2020) National Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU) executive summary of annual key service activity year ending 2018. Dublin: National SATU Services.

Jones, Lisa and Grey, Hannah and Butler, Nadia and Quigg, Zara and Sumnall, Harry (2019) Rapid evidence review: The role of alcohol in contributing to violence in intimate partner relationships. London: Alcohol Concern.

Hailes, Amanda and Sterling, Aisha and Girling, Angela and Winfield, Chlo and Sharpen, Joanna and Rigby, Milly and Iqbal, Naima and Williams, Pip and White, Rachel and Braham, Sonia and Edwards, Susan and Collins, Vivienne (2019) Hand in hand. Survivors of multiple disadvantage discuss service & support. London: National Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence and Multiple Disadvantage.

Global Commission on Drug Policy. (2018) Drug policy and the sustainable development agenda. Geneva: Global Commission on Drug Policy.

Chowdry, Haroon (2018) Estimating the prevalence of the ‘toxic trio’. Evidence from the Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. London: Children’s Commissioner for England.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2018) Drug-related homicide in Europe: a first review of the data and literature, EMCDDA Papers. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Waddell, Stephanie and Jones, Naomi (2018) Intervening early to prevent gang and youth violence: the role of primary schools. London: Early Intervention Foundation.

Analytical Services Group. Campbell, P and Rice, A (2017) Experience of domestic violence: findings from the 2011/12 to 2015/16 Northern Ireland crime surveys. Belfast: Department of Justice.

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

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2016) Domestic, sexual & gender based violence services. Working report on 2015 services, activities and use: towards evidence informed services. Dublin: Tusla.

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre. (2016) The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre annual report 2015. Dublin: Dublin Rape Crisis Centre.

Women's Aid. (2016) Women's Aid impact report 2015. Dublin: Women's Aid.

Ward, Mike and Holly, Jennifer and Allwright, Lucy and Booker, Lauren and Holmes, Mark and Pierce, Mike (2016) Domestic abuse and change resistant drinkers: preventing and reducing the harm. Learning lessons from domestic homicide reviews. London: Alcohol Concern and Against Violence and Abuse.

Connolly, Johnny and Buckley, Lisa (2016) Demanding money with menace: drug-related intimidation and community violence in Ireland. Dublin: Citywide Drugs Crisis Campaign.

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.

Ruhama. (2015) Ruhama annual report 2014. Dublin: Ruhama.

Hughes, Liz and Fitzgerald, Colin and Radcliffe, Polly and Gilchrist, Gail (2015) A framework for working safely and effectively with men who perpetrate intimate partner violence in substance use treatment settings. London: King’s College London.

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.

Drugscope. (2015) Addressing intimate partner violence. London: Drugscope & Recovery Partnership.

Laslett, Anne-Marie and Mugavin, Janette and Jiang, Heng and Manton, Elizabeth and Callinan, Sarah and MacLean, Sarah and Room, Robin (2015) The hidden harm: alcohol’s impact on children and families. Canberra: Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education.

Jennings, Philip (2015) Melting the iceberg of fear: a collective response to anti-social behaviour, drugs misuse, criminal activity and drug debt intimidation. Dublin: Safer Blanchardstown.

Edwards, Phil and Jarrett, Caitlin and Perkins, Chloe and Beecher, Deirdre and Steinbach, Rebecca and Robertson, Ian (2015) Mediation, mentoring and peer support to reduce youth violence: a systematic review. London: Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2014) National rape crisis statistics 2013. Galway: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

MacNeela, Padraig and Conway, Thomas and Kavanagh, Siobhan and Kennedy, Lisa Ann and McCaffrey, John (2014) Young people, alcohol and sex: what’s consent got to do with it? Exploring how attitudes to alcohol impact on judgements about consent to sexual activity: a qualitative study of university students. Galway: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

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.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2013) Hearing child survivors of sexual violence:Towards a national response. Dublin: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Mayock, Paula and Corr, Mary Louise (2013) Young people's homeless and housing pathways: key findings from a 6-year qualitative longitudinal study. Dublin: Government Publications.

Jennings, Philip (2013) Melting the iceberg of fear: a collective response. Dublin: Safer Blanchardstown.

Adfam, Against Violence and Abuse. (2012) Between a rock and a hard place. How parents deal with children who use substances and perpetrate abuse. Project report. London: Adfam and Against Violence and Abuse.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2012) Guidelines for the forensic analysis of drugs facilitating sexual assault and other criminal acts. New York: United Nations.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) RCNI Submission to the Joint Oireachtas committee on Justice, Defence and Equality, on the issue of gratuitous violence arising from alcohol and substance abuse. Galway: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Graham, Lesley and Parkes, Tessa and McAuley, Andrew and Doi, Lawrence (2012) Alcohol problems in the criminal justice system: an opportunity for intervention. Copenhagen: World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe.

Appleby, Louis and Kapur, Nav and Shaw, Jenny and Hunt, Isabelle M and Flynn, Sandre and While, David and Windfuhr, Kirsten and Williams, Alyson and Rahman, Mohammad S (2011) Suicide and homicide in Northern Ireland. Manchester: The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness.

Health Service Executive, National SATU Services, Rotunda Hospital. Eogan, Maeve (2010) First national Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU) annual clinical report. National SATU Services.

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

TNS Opinion & Social, European Commission: Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security. (2010) Domestic violence against women. Brussels: European Commission.

Allen, Mary and Forster, Pauline (2010) Domestic violence within the travelling community: a challenge for social work. Working paper 18. (Unpublished) Dublin: School of Applied Social Science, UCD.

Galvani, Sarah (2010) Supporting families affected by substance use and domestic violence. London: Adfam, University of Bedfordshire and Stella Project.

Stevens, Alex and Bewley-Taylor, Dave (2009) Drug markets and urban violence: can tackling one reduce the other? Report 15. [Oxford]: The Beckley Foundation.

Velleman, Richard and Reuber, Danielle (2007) Domestic violence and abuse experienced by children and young people living in families with alcohol problems. Results from a cross-European study. Bath/Cologne: Encare; Daphne.

Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. (2007) Drug facilitated sexual assault. London: Home Office.

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

Stella Project. (2004) Domestic violence, drugs and alcohol: good practice guidelines. [Executive summary]. London: Stella Project.

Maguire, Mike and Nettleton, Hilary (2003) Reducing alcohol-related violence and disorder: an evaluation of the 'TASC' project. London: Home Office.

McKeown, Kieran and Kidd, Philippa (2002) Men and domestic violence: what research tells us. Dublin: Department of Health.

Cleaver, H and Unell, I and Aldgate, J (1999) Children's needs - parenting capacity : the impact of parental mental illness, problem alcohol and drug use, and domestic violence on children's development. London: Stationery Office.


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

World Health Organization. (2020) Youth violence. World Health Organization.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) Growing a body of evidence: data on alcohol consumption and sexual violence. Factsheet 8. Galway: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) Calling time on sexual violence and alcohol: the facts. Factsheet 4. Alcohol consumption and victim blaming. Galway: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) Calling time on sexual violence and alcohol: the facts. Factsheet 1: The extent of the problem in Ireland. Galway: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) Calling time on sexual violence and alcohol: the facts. Factsheet 3. Sex related alcohol expectancies: mediating rape and alcohol consumption? Galway: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) Calling time on sexual violence and alcohol: the facts. Factsheet 5: alcohol, youth and sexual violence. Galway: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) Calling time on sexual violence and alcohol: the facts. Factsheet 7: assessing and measuring the impact of drugs and alcohol in sexual violence. Dublin: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) Calling time on sexual violence and alcohol: the facts. Factsheet 9 rape, alcohol consumption and human rights: meeting obligations for a better future. Dublin: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Covid-19 (Measures to Protect Victims of Domestic Violence): statements. (24 Jun 2020)

[Oireachtas] Seanad Eireann debate. Organised crime (Continued). (28 Jan 2015)

[Oireachtas] Dáil Éireann debate. Topical issue debate - Sexual offences [Alcohol]. (11 Dec 2012)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Assaults on Emergency Workers Bill 2012: Second Stage. (05 Oct 2012)


Dublin Rape Crisis Centre. Byrne, Joan and McGee, Hannah and Garavan, Rebecca and Barra, Mairéad de and Conroy, Ronán Michael (2002) The SAVI report: sexual abuse and violence in Ireland. Dublin: Liffey Press .

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 .

Conference or Workshop Item

Murray, Denis (2014) Challenges for practitioners: working with adolescents who engage in substance misuse. In: Child to parent violence: innovations in practice, policy and research, 12th and 13th June, Galway.

Saidlear, Cliona (2011) Sexual violence & alcohol in Ireland. A culture? In: Alcohol: where's the harm?, 15 November 2011, Royal College of Physicians.


National Hispanic and Latino ATTC. (2020) Intersection of domestic violence or intimate partner violence and addiction. ATTC.


Society for the Study of Addiction. Gage, Suzi (2020) Addiction audio. Season 1, 2020. London: Society for the Study of Addiction.


[Alcohol Action Ireland] Safety plan needed for surge in violence. (23 Aug 2023)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Irish suffer higher rates of harm from others' drinking. (04 Aug 2023)

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

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

[thejournal.ie] , Duffin, Tony 'She was frantic, her boyfriend had assaulted her and was going to make her do sex work'. (29 Apr 2018)

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

[Irish Independent] , Anderson, Nicola ..... effects of alcohol spelled out in Rugby rape trial. (22 Feb 2018)

[Irish Times] ‘Blame alcohol, not rugby.’ What’s behind the Kiely’s fights? (03 Feb 2018)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac One sixth of teens in fights after drinking. (26 Sep 2016)

[Independent.ie] , Horan, Niamh Women need to face facts about the link between rape and drinking. (13 Jun 2016)

[Irish Examiner] , Slater, Sarah €1.50 test kit can check if your drink has been spiked. (26 May 2016)

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

[thejournal.ie] , Clonan, Tom Invisible police and invisible politicians are the roots of Dublin's narco terror violence. (27 Apr 2016)

[thejournal.ie] Friday night on patrol with a Dublin ambulance crew . (05 Apr 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] , Baker, Noel and O'Riordan, Sean Vintners' boss: Tougher prison terms or ‘bar staff will die’. (01 Aug 2015)

[Leinster Express] ‘Aggressive’ clients at proposed drug clinic. (30 Apr 2015)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Mark Alcohol is the number one 'date rape' drug in Ireland - experts. (28 Apr 2015)

[Rape Crisis Network Ireland] Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) call for the immediate removal of all Diageo/Role-models advert which blames victims of sexual violence for the crimes that have been committed against them. (12 Mar 2015)

[Limerick Post] , Jacques, Alan Violent undercurrent to Limerick City’s drug problem. (12 Feb 2015)

[Independent.ie] , Brady, Tom Fears as more guns smuggled here by drugs gangs. (02 Feb 2015)

[Herald.ie] , Feehan, Conor Charity ups security over violent new drug. (07 Jan 2015)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Mark Fear as 'vicious' new drug makes addicts crazed. (03 Jan 2015)

[Independent.ie] , Cusack, Jim Breaking Mad - meth 'test' drugs flood our streets. (02 Nov 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Bitter pill to swallow as drugs trade gets more violent despite garda successes. (24 Oct 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Scourge of knife crime ‘must be tackled’. (19 Mar 2013)

[rte.ie] Report finds judges 'lenient' in manslaughter cases if drink and drugs involved. (19 Mar 2013)

[Irish Examiner] , Hayes, Kathryn Teenage gang battle seasoned criminals to control drug trade. (05 Mar 2013)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Help for families intimidated by dealers. (05 Feb 2013)

[Rape Crisis Network Ireland] Target alcohol consumption and sexual violence. (10 Dec 2012)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Cutting jail benzo use reduces violence. (03 Dec 2012)

[Medical Independent] , Jordan, Ailbhe Need to improve alcohol advice in SATUs. (01 Nov 2012)

[Rape Crisis Network Ireland] Vulnerability of teenagers to sexual violence in a binge drinking culture must be addressed. (22 Oct 2012)

[Rape Crisis Network Ireland] RCNI call for Rape Prevention Programmes that target alcohol consumption link to sexual violence. (26 Sep 2012)

[Alcohol Action Ireland] One in 11 report they or a family member assaulted by someone under the influence of alcohol in past year. (14 Dec 2011)

[irishhealth.com] Some teens think drink excuses abuse. (28 Nov 2011)

[Irish Medical Times] , Finn, Laura Alcohol a factor in half of all sexual assaults. (30 Apr 2010)

[Sunday Independent] Taoiseach 'saddened and shocked' by rise in alcohol-related violence. (09 Mar 2008)

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