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Davies, Emma L and Piatkowski, Timothy and Frankovitch, Alex and Puljević, Cheneal and Barratt, Monica J and Ferris, Jason A and Winstock, Adam R (2024) Exploring experiences of drink and needle spiking incidents among Global Drug Survey respondents from 22 countries. Journal of Drug Issues , Early online .

[Oireachtas] Seanad Éireann debate. Non-Fatal Offences against the Person (Amendment) (Spiking) Bill 2023: Committee stage (resumed) and remaining stages. (25 Oct 2023)

Health Service Executive. (2023) Spiking. URL: https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/spiking/

[Irish Examiner] , Crowley, Emily ‘I’m just sick of people not being believed’: authorities urged to do more to crack down on spiking. (04 Aug 2023)

[Oireachtas] Seanad Éireann debate. Non-Fatal Offences against the Person (Amendment) (Spiking) Bill 2023: Second Stage. (31 May 2023)

[thejournal.ie] , MacRedmond, David Harris recommends cabinet not oppose drink spiking bill but says further consideration needed. (30 May 2023)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Criminal Justice (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2022: report and final stages. [Spiking]. (29 Mar 2023)

[Oireachtas] Dáil Éireann debate. Question 210 – Hospital admissions [spiking]. [8930/23]. (22 Feb 2023)

[Oireachtas] Dáil Éireann debate. Written answers 144, 145 - Legislative measures [Spiking] [7582/23, 7583/23]. (15 Feb 2023)

[Irish Examiner] Irish Examiner view: Drug spiking claims must be heard. (19 Apr 2022)

House of Commons Home Affairs Committee. (2022) Spiking. Ninth report of session 2021–22. London: House of Commons.

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Gardaí find no evidence of needle-spiking despite 39 complaints. (25 Jan 2022)

Police Service of Northern Ireland. (2021) Chief Constable’s accountability report to the Northern Ireland Policing Board. Belfast: Police Service of Northern Ireland.

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 132 (Question to Justice) (spiking) [57994/21]. (25 Nov 2021)

[thejournal.ie] , Dalton, Eoghan 'Relatively few' incidents of injection spiking, say emergency medicine doctors. (13 Nov 2021)

[Irish Times] , Hutton, Brian Vigilance needed as venues reopen amid reports of drink spiking – charity. (22 Oct 2021)

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

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

Eogan, Maeve (2018) National Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU) annual key service activity report 2017. Dublin: National Sexual Assault Treatment Unit.

[Irish Independent] , Horan, Niamh Alcohol 'still most usual date rape drug'. (16 Apr 2018)

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

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

Eogan, Maeve (2016) National Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU) annual key service activity report 2015. Dublin: National Sexual Assault Treatment Unit.

[Independent.ie] , Nugent, Ryan More than 10pc of women students sexually assaulted 'when drunk or drugged'. (04 Jun 2015)

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

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

Eogan, Maeve (2014) National Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU) annual key service activity report 2013. National Sexual Assault Treatment Unit.

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.

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.

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

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