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Evaluating the impact of licensing decisions on crime and public health

11:00 - 15:00

Public Health England, Wellington House, 133-155 Waterloo Road, Lambeth, London, SE1 8UG

SPHR researchers, Public Health England, and public health and alcohol licensing managers have worked together to develop new methodology to measure the impact of local alcohol licensing decisions on crime and health statistics.

This workshop aims to showcase the methodology, discuss its benefits, how it can be applied to other licensing decisions and its potential use as evidence in licensing cases.

The research team used several case studies from local councils across England to inform the development of the methodology. In this workshop the results of these studies will be presented and the facilitators will discuss how they can be used in local practice.

Discussions will also address how techniques can be made available at the local level to practitioners directly, including in other public health settings.

This workshop will be of interest to people involved in local and national public health policy-making, alcohol licensing, and others with an interest in evidence-based local government.

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