Authority on Nightlife Violence
Author & Researcher Kate Graham Presents New
Archive Recording Available for Network
Although most bar patrons go out to
socialize, studies show that drinking establishments are common
settings for aggression and injury. Author Kathryn Graham will
present her latest research on how to reduce aggression in
licensed premises. Find out how to turn research into practice!
This is a Must-Attend Webinar
for policymakers to address residents’ concerns about public
safety, police officers who manage closing time, and nightlife
security staff who want practical advice on how to make their
venue safer and reduce liability risk.
Existing Interventions and
Policies: Overview of what works well, what has
limited effectiveness and some potential next steps.
Hotspots for Fights:
Learn the highest-risk locations in a venue for aggression
Motives and Aggression
Severity: Learn how to identify motives and
implications for staff intervention.
Motives for Sexual Aggression:
Explore reasons why persistent and aggressive
unwanted sexual overtures occur in bars.
Why people are aggressive in
bars and clubs: A closer look at evidence and
Kathryn Graham Ph.D, Psychology
Senior Scientist and Head of Social and
Community Prevention Research
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
the Bar: Preventing Aggression In and Around Bars, Pubs and
co-authored by Kate Graham provides a definitive review of bar
room environments and guidelines for the prevention of
aggression, violence and injury in and around public drinking
Purchase through the Sociable City Network.
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Following Research Documents:
Email Kate Graham
Behavioural Indicators of
Motives for Aggression
‘Hotspots’ for Aggression in
Licensed Drinking Venues
Commentary on Rossow and
Norström (2012): When should bars close?
“Yes, I do but not with you”:
Qualitative analyses of sexual/romantic overture-related
aggression in bars and clubs