There has been quite a lot of press coverage on this research. There has been international press and other coverage where some journalists have completely missed the point!
Moral of story is that journalists may not be that intelligent and be careful what you say to the press.
It all started with the paper, A particle model of crowd behavior: Exploring the relationship between alcohol, crowd dynamics and violence (PDF), being published in the Journal of Aggression and Violent Behavior and another presented a paper at the International Crime Science Conference , London, July 17-18, 2008. "Exploring the effect of alcohol on simulated crown dynamics and violence using a particle model"
New Scientist and Science then picked up on this work and have reported on this research (July 2008).Other examples of good press coverage are here:
Unfortunately although the New Scientist Article covered the research well in the main text of the article the Headline "Designing Streets to Help Drunk People Get Home" misrepresents to work.
Here is the printed copy of the Aritcle (PDF version here) as it appears in New Scientist - please consult the online version (you have to subscrive to the New Scientist though) for more complete report and demo videos:
Here are a few I have collected from around the world: