Probation, Mental Health and Criminal Justice
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|No. of pages:||236 pages|
|Illustrations:||21 Illustrations, black & white; 21 Line drawings, black & white; 12 Tables, black & white|
This collection of research and evaluation explores issues in mental health and probation across the globe. The volume offers insight into a wide range of interrelated topics that address the mental health and mental health needs of those under probation supervision.
This collection of research and evaluation explores issues in mental health and probation across the globe. The volume offers insight into a wide range of interrelated topics that address the mental health and mental health needs of those under probation supervision. The chapters embrace a range of diverse mental health concerns. The underpinning assumption is that offenders should receive mental healthcare that is ?equivalent? to that received by the general population where this is appropriate. This overview is informed by perspectives from academics and practitioners based in England and the Republic of Ireland, and also includes the views of people with lived experience of the Criminal Justice System. Building upon and adding to the existing literature in this field, the book will be a valuable resource for academics and researchers as well as those training to work in, and currently working in, the criminal justice and mental health field, and would also be of interest to those working in related healthcare settings.
-19; Chapter 12: A view of probation and mental health after the pandemic, Kerry Ellis Devitt, David Coley, Jess Lawrence & Stacey Musimbe
-Rix; Part VI: Methodological issues; Chapter 13: A lived experience perspective: enhancing the work of probation through co
-production, Emma, Jason & Dr Philip Mullen (Revolving Doors Agency); Chapter 14: Researching the probation service response to mental health need, Professor David Denney & Dr Coral Sirdifield; Part VII: Conclusion; Chapter 15: Conclusion, Professor Charlie Brooker, Dr Coral Sirdifield & Professor David Denney