This study examined the impacts of multi-component nightlife interventions – including community mobilisation, responsible beverage server training and law enforcement approaches – to reduce over-service of alcohol in four nightlife settings in England and Wales. It found that multi-component interventions were associated with significant increases in service refusal, with effects being stronger for interventions that included enhanced law enforcement, particularly if all intervention components were implemented.

Authors: Zara Quigg, Nadia Butler+ 2 more
, Karen Hughes, Mark Bellis
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