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Effectiveness of current policing-related mental health interventions in England and Wales and Crisis Intervention Teams as a future potential model: a systematic review
BACKGROUND: Experiencing mental ill health adds a layer of complexity for individuals in touch with the justice system and for those responsible for working in the justice service with these individuals, such as frontline ...
Effectiveness of current policing-related mental health interventions: A systematic review
There are three commonly used mental health interventions associated with policing: liaison and diversion, street triage and having specialist staff embedded in police contact control rooms. Crisis intervention teams (CITs), ...
Employment of ex-prisoners with mental health problems, a realistic evaluation protocol
BACKGROUND: Offenders with a mental illness are routinely excluded from vocational services due to their mental health. Employment has shown to be very important in improving mental health, reducing recidivism, and connecting ...
Mental health/illness and prisons as place: Frontline clinicians' perspectives of mental health work in a penal setting
This article takes mental health and prisons as its two foci. It explores the links between social and structural aspects of the penal setting, the provision of mental healthcare in prisons, and mental health work in this ...
Are Liaison and Diversion interventions in policing delivering the planned input: A longitudinal evaluation in two constabularies?
Liaison and Diversion (L&D) has twin objectives: improving mental health outcomes and reducing re-offending. Early diversion from police custody seems promising, but evidence of benefit is required to sustain such programmes. ...