Clubbers breathalysed in effort to reduce drunken violence

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Clubbers breathalysed in effort to reduce drunken violence

Clubs in Croydon have been at the centre of an effort by police to reduce drunken violence.

Late night revellers were breathalysed at two venues in a trial spearheaded by the Met Police.

The tests took place towards the end of 2014 with early evidence suggesting positive results.

The local authority has now bought six more testers which will be introduced in February as part of the operation.

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