The London Drug and Alcohol Policy Forum is very grateful for the help and support of all those who have contributed to this publication. In particular we would like to thank:
Harmony Blake; Ian Broughton; David Bulbrook; Paul Bunt; Jim Cathcart; Phillipe Chiarella; Paul Dargan; David Doyle; Ian Graham; Rob Gray; Tony Green; David Mackintosh; Fiona Measham; Aggie Minas; Susan Neil; John Ramsey; John Sandlin; Trevor Shine; Adam Winstock; David Wood & Steve Wood.
We would also like to acknowledge the valuable support of the Institute of Licensing in helping initiate this edition.
We would also like to thank Philip Kolvin QC in providing the impetus to get the project started.
Special thanks to all those in the City of London who contribute to and administer the Late Night Levy which provided vital funding for the production of this resource.
The London Drug and Alcohol Policy Forum was established in 1991 to help co-ordinate London local authority policy and practice and to encourage joint working. It is funded by the City of London Corporation as part of its commitment to the wellbeing of the capital and the nation and works closely with a number of partners including:
This site is the fourth version of the Safer Nightlife guidance that the London Drug and Alcohol Policy Forum has issued.
Russell Webster have over 25 years’ experience as a researcher, consultant and writer in the substance misuse and criminal justice sectors. He maintains a broad portfolio of work which includes working for government departments and small voluntary sector agencies. He runs the country’s leading blog on substance misuse and justice issues at: russellwebster.com.
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