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Mental health, crime and criminal justice : responses and reforms / edited by Jane Winstone,...

Auteur secondaire : : Winstone, Jane, Editeur scientifiquePublication : Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016Description : 1 vol. (xvii-301 pages) : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN : 978-1-137-45386-0 ; 1-137-45386-9 ; 978-1-137-45387-7 ; 1-137-45387-7.Dewey: 364.38Bibliographie: Notes bibliogr. Index.Sujet - Nom d'actualité : Personnes atteintes de troubles mentaux ;Justice pénale -- Administration ;Aliénation mentale -- Droit ;Criminels malades mentaux
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Notes bibliogr. Index

Crime, exclusion and mental health : current realities and future responses / Jane Winstone A broken outline being an observer in my own life : notes from a service user / Lucy Jo Matthews Troublesome offenders, undeserving patients? : the precarious rights of mentally disordered offenders / Rob Canton Interventions and outcomes : accumulating evidence / James McGuire Desistance in offenders with mental illness / Svenja Göbbels, Jo Thakker and Tony Ward Medicalising 'hatred' : exploring the sense and sensitivities of classifying the motivations for hate crime as mental disorder / Jemma Tyson and Nathan Hall Mental health needs and neurodevelopmental disorders amongst young offenders : implications for policy and practice / Prathiba Chitsabesan and Nathan Hughes 'It made my mind unwell' : trauma-informed approaches to the mental health needs of women in the criminal justice system / Madeline Petrillo Challenging the cultural determinants of dual diagnosis in the criminal justice system / Aaron Pycroft and Anita Green The role of the mental health clinical nurse specialist in the crown court setting : towards a best practice model / Charles de Lacy The dspd programme : what did it tell us about the future for managing dangerous prisoners with severe personality disorders / Ruth Scally Prosecuting the persecuted : forgive them, they know not what they do / Taffy Gatawa Successful strategies for working with mentally disordered offenders within a complex multi-agency environment / Leighe Rogers and Gillian Ormston Training to improve collaborative practice : a key component of strategy to reduce mental ill health in the offender population / Sarah Hean, Elizabeth Walsh, Marilyn Hammick

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