Please find below a link to an update paper on the work of the Forensic Network and The School of Forensic Mental Health. The items are in no particular order. If any member of your group wishes to discuss any of the points made in more detail then please contact Vivienne Gration via email email@example.com or telephone on 01555 842018.
What are Forensic Mental Health Services?
Forensic Mental Health Services assess and treat mentally disordered offenders and patients with major behavioural mental health problems and learning disabilities, in a range of secure health facilities and the community, in police stations, courts and prisons.
The Chief Executive of the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland has compiled the advise notes on various subjects to provide information on some of the legal and ethical aspects of mental health care and treatment in Scotland. The following can be read in more detail by click on the each of the headings below.
Psychological Risk Assessment and Human Rights: Legal and Psychological Perspectives with Reference to the Order of Lifelong Restriction
Date: Friday 21 June 2013
Venue: Glasgow Caledonian University, Room CPD01, CPD Building, Glasgow G4 0BA