The project Griffith University undertook was to develop a prevention model capable of reducing alcohol related violence and aggression. The study also included a scientifically defensible research design to test this model, in licensed venues across Australia and New Zealand.
Published in 2009, the report includes a review of literature concerning the prevention of alcohol related violence. It also examines the lack of scientific evidence about the sustainable reduction of harm, public disorder and violence around licensed venues.
The components and rationale behind their prevention model are also introduced in the Report. Plus a description about how to implement, support, monitor and evaluate the trial of this model at multiple sites. To help progress with the trial, a sound evidence base and scientific design is also included.
An electronic copy of this report is available under ‘resources’ on this page (in the right hand column).