To get you started some books you may find useful are as follows;
Bennett, T. and Holloway, K. (2005) Understanding drugs, alcohol and crime, Maidenhead, Open University Press.
Critcher, C. (2008). Moral panics: The case of binge drinking. In B. Franklin (Ed.). Pulling Newspapers Apart, (pp. 162-171). London, England: Routledge.
Comber, R (1998) The Control of Drugs and Drug Users: Reason or reaction? Harwood Academic publishers.
Duff, C. (2005). Party drugs and party people: Examining the ‘normalisation’ of recreational drug use in Melbourne, Australia. International Journal of Drug Policy, 16(3), 161–170.
Ferrell, J, Hayward, K and Young, J (2008) Cultural Criminology, an Invitation London, Sage.
Hadfield, P. (2006) Bar Wars: contesting the night in contemporary British cities, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Hadfield, P (2009) (Ed) Nightlife and Crime: Social Order and Governance in International Perspective, Oxford University Press.
Herring, R., Berridge, V. & Thom, B. (2008). Binge drinking: an exploration of a confused concept. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 62 (6), 476–479.
Hutton, F. (2006) Risky Pleasures? Club cultures and feminine identities, Aldershot, Ashgate.
Hutton, F. (2009). New Zealand. In P. Hadfield (Ed.). Nightlife and crime: Social order and governance in international perspective (pp. 293-305). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press
Jayne, M., Valentine, G. & Holloway, S. L. (2011). Alcohol, Drinking, Drunkeness: (Dis)orderly spaces. Surrey, England: Ashgate.
Karastedt, S, Loader, I and Strang, H (2011) (Eds) Emotions, Crime and Justice, Oxford, Hart Publishing.
Measham, F., Aldridge, J., & Parker, H. (2001). Dancing on drugs: Risk, health and hedonism in the British club scene. London: Free Association Press.
Manning, P (2007) Drugs and Popular Culture: Drugs, media and identity in contemporary society, Abingdon, Willan.
McEwan, B., Campbell, M. M. & Swain, D. (2010). New...