An examination of Chelmsford’s Night Time Economy: A report for the Safer Chelmsford Partnership commissioned through Chelmsford City Council June 2014

Technical report


Sharpe, D. 2014. An examination of Chelmsford’s Night Time Economy: A report for the Safer Chelmsford Partnership commissioned through Chelmsford City Council June 2014. Chelmsford City Council.
AuthorsSharpe, D.
TypeTechnical report
Abstract

This report examines Chelmsford night-time economy,
and focuses particularly on its impact on emergency
services. The research was prompted by a concern
to improve access to early pastoral care and medical
treatment for individuals engaged in the night-time
economy before seeking non-emergency use of A&E.
The document is based on research commissioned
by the Safer Chelmsford Partnership and undertaken
by Anglia Ruskin University in 2014. The report
makes evidence based recommendations to help
mitigate risk and reduce the current demand on
emergency services. The report has been developed
for stakeholders with a strategic role and/or statutory
duty to improve the safety, health and well-being of
individuals engaged in the night-time economy.

Year2014
PublisherChelmsford City Council
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Print2014
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Deposited23 Oct 2017
Copyright holderChelmsford City Council
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