Aims:
  • Develop a robust methodology for screening the literature
  • Undertake a systematic review of the evidence on the effectiveness of policing interventions designed to prevent alcohol-related violence in Australia, and assess whether effectiveness differs according to intervention types.
  • Provide an in-depth report that identifies policy and practice implications

A Retrospective Examination of Policing Interventions to Reduce Maxillofacial Injuries

This project reviews the evidence of the effectiveness of policing interventions designed to prevent alcohol-related violence in Australia.

Policing alcohol-fuelled violence in and around licensed premises is core police business and a growing concern across Australia.

We aim to undertake a rapid review of the literature to identify best evidence-based practice and identify the strategy or combination of strategies that works best.

Project Value: 
$15 000.00
Funding: 
Australian & New Zealand Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons
Partners: 
Nil
Date: 
2014 to 2015
Time status: 
Current
Contact: 
Dr Jason Ferris (j.ferris@uq.edu.au)
Aims:
  • Develop a robust methodology for screening the literature
  • Undertake a systematic review of the evidence on the effectiveness of policing interventions designed to prevent alcohol-related violence in Australia, and assess whether effectiveness differs according to intervention types.
  • Provide an in-depth report that identifies policy and practice implications
Program/Affiliation: 
Type: 
Qualitative
Systematic Reviews
Keywords: 
Community
Crime control
Alcohol-related violence
Alcohol-related harm
Systematic review
Policing
Policing practice
Number: 
ISSR050817