Violence: key references and evidence
Scott, E. (2015) A brief guide to intimate partner violence and abuse. NHS Health Scotland briefing.
Conaglen, P., Gallimore, A. (2014) Violence Prevention: A Public Health Priority. ScotPHN Report.
Bellis, M., Hughes, K., Leckenby, N., Perkins, C., Lowey, H. (2014). National household survey of adverse childhood experiences and their relationship with resilience to health harming behaviours in England. (PDF) BMC Medicine, 12:72.
Bellis, M., Hughes, K., Perkins, C., Bennett, A. Protecting People, Promoting Health. A public health approach to violence prevention for England. 2012. North West Public Health Observatory at the Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University & Department of Health. http://www.cph.org.uk/
Leyland, A. H., Dundas, R., McLoone, P., Boody, F. A. (2007). Cause-specific inequalities in mortality in Scotland: two decades of change. A population-based study. (PDF) BMC Public Health, 7:172
WHO. Violence prevention. The evidence. Series of briefings on violence prevention. 2010. World Health Organization & JMU Centre for Public Health http://www.who.int/topics/violence/en/
Recorded Crime in Scotland, 2014-15 Scottish Government, 2015
Scottish Crime and Justice Survey, 2014-15 Scottish Government, 2014
Homicide in Scotland 2014-2015 Scottish Government, 2015
World Health Organisation (WHO) World report on violence and health WHO, 2002
Domestic Abuse recorded by the police in Scotland, 2013-14 and 2014-15 Scottish Government, 2015
Recorded Crimes and Offences Involving Firearms, Scotland, 2013-14 Scottish Government, 2015
Department of Urban Studies University of Glasgow, A Report on the Consultation Responses to Putting Our Communities First: A Strategy for tackling Anti-Social Behaviour. University of Glasgow, 2003
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