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Fitness to be interviewed and psychological vulnerability: The views of doctors, lawyers and police officers
Forensic medical examiners, psychiatrists and clinical psychologists are increasingly being asked to evaluate police detainees' fitness for interview. The aim of the present study was to further our understanding of the ...
Addiction to violence
Substance misuse paralleling behaviour in detained offenders
This chapter introduces the concept of parallel substance misuse behaviour and seeks to use theoretical constructs from the addiction literature to develop clinicians, understanding of how they can improve their knowledge ...
Does clozapine promote employability and reduce offending among mentally disordered offenders?
Objective: To compare employment pay, count of infractions, and clinical symptoms in psychiatric inmates treated with clozapine or other antipsychotics after 6 months of treatment. Methods: Clinical charts and institutional ...
Revising manualised treatment programmes: Incorporating practitioners' feedback
Purpose: Implementing treatment programmes with integrity requires a clear statement of what is to be done in treatment, and treatment manuals do this to a greater or lesser degree. In correctional work, many treatment ...