Alcohol Focus Scotland (2021). HP043. Alcohol Focus Scotland. Scottish Parliamentary Paper. Health and Sports Committee.
Bird, S., Mahesh, K., Parmar, B., and Strang, J. (2014). Take-home naloxone to prevent fatalities from opiate-overdose: Protocol for Scotland's public health policy evaluation, and a new measure to assess impact, Drugs: education, prevention and policy. 22 (1). Pp66-76.
Brown, A., Eadie, D., Purves, R., Mohan, A., and Hunt, K. (2020). Perspectives on smoke free prison policy among people in custody in Scotland. International Journal of Prisoner Health. 16(4). Pp 389-402.
Brown, A., Sweeting, H., Semple, S., Bauld, L., Demou, E., Logan, G., and Hunt, K. (2019). Views of prison staff in Scotland on the potential benefits and risks of e-cigarettes in smokefree prisons: a qualitative focus group study. BMJ Open, 9(1).
Carnie, J., and Broderick, R. (2019) Scottish Prison Survey: Prisoner Survey, 2019. 17th series; Research Strategy and Stakeholder Engagement.
Devries K.M., Child J.C., Bacchus L.J., Mak J., Falder G., Graham K., et al. Intimate partner violence victimization and alcohol consumption in women: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Addiction. 2014;109(3):379e391.
Drug Deaths Task Force (2021). Interim Report. Scottish Government.
Fazel S., Yoon I.A., Hayes AJ. Substance use disorders in prisoners: an updated systematic review and meta-regression analysis in recently incarcerated men and women. Addiction 2017 01 Oct 2017;112(10): 1725-1739.
Figure 8 (2018). An exploratory enquiry into the use and application of an economics grounded approach to penal policy reform in Scotland - or how, where and why we spend money on prisons? Figure 8 Consultancy.
Foster, R., Livingston, W., Perkins, A., Price, T., Cairns, B., Dumbrell, J., Nicholls, J., Traynor, K., Sumnall, H., and Parkes, T. (2021) Perceptions and attitudes of strategic decision-makers and affected families across Scotland towards Drug Consumption Rooms to prevent drug-related deaths. A report for the Scottish Government Drugs Death Task Force. ddtfrf20-final-report-28th-june-2021-101549.pdf (drugdeathstaskforce.scot)
Graham, L., Heller-Murphy, S., Aitken, L., and McAuley, A. (2012). Alcohol problems in a remand Scottish prisoner population. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 8(2). 51-59.
Hammersley, R. (2008). Drugs and Crime: Theories and Practices. Polity Press.
Hunt, K., Brown, A., Eadie, D., McMeekin, N., Boyd, K., Bauld, L., et al. Process and impact of implementing a smoke-free policy in prisons in Scotland: TIPs mixed-methods study. Public Health Res 2022;10(1).
Koling, T. and Duke, K. (2016). Drugs in Prisons: Exploring use, control, treatment and policy. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy. 23(2). Pp 89-92.
MacNeill, I. (2020). Rapid Internal Process Evaluation of Covid-19 Contingency Panning – Opiod Substitution Treatment (OST) in Prisons. Scottish Government. Online: Rapid Internal Process Evaluation of Covid-19 Contingency Planning - Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) in Prisons. (www.gov.scot)
Ministry of Justice (2013). Transforming Rehabilitation: a summary of evidence on reducing offending. Ministry of Justice Analytical Series.
Ministry of Justice (2021). Deaths of Offenders in the Community, annual update to March 2021. Available at https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/deaths-of-offenders-in-the-community-2020-to-2021
Najavits, L.M. (2015). Trauma and substance abuse: A clinician's guide to treatment. In U. Schynder & M. Cloitre (Eds.), Evidence-based treatments for traumarelated disorders (pp. 317–330)
National Records of Scotland (2021). Drug-related deaths in Scotland in 2020. Online: Drug-related deaths in Scotland in 2020, Report (nrscotland.gov.uk)
NHS (2016). Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Health Services in Scottish Prisons: Guidance for Quality Service Delivery. Online: 20160226 nphn substance misuse report final v1.0.pdf (scot.nhs.uk)
O'Hagan, A. and Hardwick, R. (2017) Behind Bars: The Truth about Drugs in Prisons. Forensic Res Criminol Int J 5(3): 00158.
Page, G., Templeton L., Grace S., Roberts P., McKeganey N., Russell C., et al. Conspicuous by their abstinence: The limited engagement of heroin users in English and Welsh Drug Recovery Wings. International Journal of Drug Policy 2016 March 01, 2016;29: 49-56.
Rose A.K., Winfield H., Jenner J.H., Oyefeso A., Phillips T.S., Deluca P., et al. National survey of alcohol treatment agencies in England: Characteristics of clients. J Subst Use 2012 October 2012;17(5-6): 389-398
Royal College of General Practitioners (2019) Safer Prescribing in Prisons. Online. Available: RCGPsaferprescribinginprisons2019..pdf (bulger.co.uk)
Scottish Government (2019). Understanding the Social Care Support Needs of Scotland's Prison Population. Health and Social Care. Scottish Government.
Scottish Government (2018). Rights Respect and Recovery: Scotland's strategy to improve health by preventing and reducing alcohol and drug use, harm, and related deaths. Available from: Rights, Respect and Recovery: Scotland's strategy to improve health by preventing and reducing alcohol and drug use, harm and related deaths (www.gov.scot)
Scottish Parliament (2022). Judged on progress: The need for urgent delivery on Scottish justice sector reforms. Criminal Justice Committee.
Spaulding, A.C. et al. (2018). Smoking in correctional settings worldwide: prevalence, bans, and interventions. Epidemiol Rev. 40(1):82–95.
SPS (2019). 16th Prisoner Survey 2017. Online. Available: https://www.sps.gov.uk/Corporate/Publications/Publication-6399.aspx
SPS (2010). SPS Strategy Framework for the Management of Substance Misuse in Custody.
SturupToft, S., O'Moore, E.J., Plugge, E.H. (2018) Looking behind the bars: emerging health issues for people in prison. Br Med Bull 2018 March;125(1): 15-23.
Toomey, C., Fotopoulou, M. and Armstrong, S. (2022). Mapping Drug Use, Interventions and Treatment Needs in Scottish Prisons: A Literature Review. Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research. Mapping-Drug-Use-Interventions-and-Treatment-Needs-in-Scottish-Prisons-A-literature-review_Final.pdf (sccjr.ac.uk)
There is a problem
Thanks for your feedback