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Could breathalysers at club doors cut crime?

September 16th, 2016

Episode 1199 of 1744 episodes

A scheme called RU2Drunk is aiming to cut alcohol-related crime by using breathalysers at club entrances to bar people who are too inebriated from entering. Sociologist Dr Hannah Farrimond and Claire Ritcher, who has worked on the door outside clubs for 20 years, discuss the project. (Image: drink. Credit: Getty Images.)

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