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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

Forensic Psychiatry Quality


Forensic Psychiatry Quality

 


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A guide to working with offenders with personality disorders

Department of Health                  

 

11 February 2011

 

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B


Blurring the Boundaries

The convergence of mental health and criminal justice policy, legislation systems and practice.

 

The Bradley Report

Lord Bradley’s review of people with mental health problems or learning disabilities in the criminal justice system.

 

Breaking the Cycle: Effective Punishment, Rehabilitation and Sentencing of Offenders

Ministry of Justice Green Paper

 

Bromley Briefings Prison Fact File

Twice yearly publication by The Prison Reform Trust

2010

 

 

30 April 2009

 

December 2010

 

December 2010

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C


Curriculum for the Specialist Module in Forensic Psychiatry

The competency based curriculum for Training in Forensic Psychiatry, published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

 

Corston Report

Review of women with particular vulnerabilities in the Criminal Justice system

 

Centre for Mental Health

Pathways to Unlocking Secure Mental Health Care

 

Centre for Mental Health (Criminal Justice)

This programme focuses on mental health and criminal justice inside and out of prison

 

Court: Helping someone who’s going to court

Rethink Mental Illness

 

Coming Home: Helping someone who’s leaving prison or forensic mental health services

Rethink Mental Illness

 

College of Occupational Therapists

Occupational therapists’ use of occupation-focused practice in secure hospitals Practice guideline

 

January 2009

 

March 2007

 

April 2011

 

Ongoing link

 

April 2012

 

April 2012

 

 

27 November 2012

 

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Forensic Mental Health Services, Managed Care Network, Report for the Learning Disabilities Service Working Group

An overview of forensic learning disability services in Scotland in 2005: NHS Scotland.

 

Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Faculty of Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability and Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry London. Faculty Report FD/ID/04

March 2005

 

 

February 2014

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Guidance for working with MAPPA and mentally disordered offenders

Ministry of Justice Publication 

 

Good Practice Procedure Guide 

The transfer of prisoners under Sections 47 and 48 of the Mental Health Act (Good Practice Guide) 

 

Undated (added to website March 2011)

 

May 2011

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Home Office Circular 66/99: Provision for Mentally Disordered Offenders

A seminal document.

 

Home Office

Corston Report - a report by baroness Jean Corston of a review of women with particular  vulnerabilities in the Criminal Justice system.

 

 

Home Secretary Speech to Police Federation Annual Conference 2013

 

September 1990

 

March 2007

 

13 May 2013

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I


Independent Commission on Mental Health and Policing

 

 

May 2013

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J


Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health                 

Guidance for Commissioners of Forensic Mental Health Services

 

May 2013

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L


Learning Disability: Staying Positive: The Criminal Justice System and Learning Disabilities

Easy Read Information for People with Learning Disabilities and Learning Difficulties.

 

March 2011

 

 

 

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M


The Mental Health of Prisoners: A thematic review of the care and support of prisoners with mental health needs

HM Inspectorate of Prisons publication.

 

Mental Health Casework Section Contact List

Ministry of Justice Document

 

Working with MAPPA: guidance for psychiatrists in England and Wales

Mind in Camden

Hearing Voices Groups in Prisons & Secure Units – An Introduction

October 2007

 

 

April 2014

 

December 2013

 

2014

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Terms of Reference for National Oversight Group for High Secure Hospitals September 2009

 

National Policing Improvement Agency: Responding to People with Mental Ill Health or Learning Disabilities

Guidance to assist the police.

 

National Policing Improvement Agency: Review of the Literature on Mentally Disordered Offenders

A project brief for the Association of Chief Police Officers.

September 2009

 

 

2010

 

 

March 2007

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Improving Access to Psychological Therapies: Offenders - Positive Practice Guide

NHS guidance.  

 

Offender Mental Health Care Pathway

Department of Health / NIMHE publication.

January 2009

 

 

January 2005

 

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Public Health and Criminal Justice

Promoting and protecting offenders' mental health and wellbeing.

 

Prison Mental Health: Vision and Reality

An examination of what has been achieved in prison mental health over recent years from a number of different personal perspectives and individual observations of working in England. It looks at the specific achievements of inreach teams and of efforts to divert offenders from custody.

 

Pier Professional

Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research

 

Personality Disorder:  Assessment of Impact on Equality - Offender Personality Disorder Consultation

DoH / NOMS / MoJ consultation.

 

Personality Disorder: Consultation on the Offender Personality Disorder Pathway Implementation Plan

DoH / NOMS / MoJ consultation.

 

Prison: Helping someone who’s in prison 

Rethink mental Illness

 

21 July 2010

 

 

21 September 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 2011

 

 

 

February 2011

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Quality Network for Forensic Mental Health Services 

Cycle 1 Annual Report. 

 

Quality Network for Forensic Mental Health Services

Cycle 2 Annual Report. 

 

Quality Network for Forensic Mental Health Services

Cycle 3 Annual Report.

 

Quality Network for Forensic Mental Health Services

Cycle 4 Annual Report.

 

Quality Network for Forensic Mental Health Services

Cycle 5 Annual Report.

 

Quality Network Newsletter

 

Quality Network Newsletter

 

Quality Network Newsletter

 

 

Quality Network Newsletter archives 

2006 / 2007

 

 

2007 / 2008

 

 

2008 / 2009

 

2009 / 2010

 

April 2011

 

April 2012

 

December 2011

 

17 October 2011

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Your Guide to Relational Security: See, Think, Act

This is a handbook to help readers understand what relational security is and how to maintain it in the workplace.

 

Arrest: Helping someone who’s been arrested

Rethink Mental Illness

 

Review of Secure Mental Health Services (Wales)

1 March 2010

 

April 2012

 

April 2009

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Statistics of Mentally Disordered Offenders 2007 England and Wales

A Ministry of Justice publication.

 

Statistics of Mentally Disordered Offenders 2008 England and Wales

A Ministry of Justice publication.

 

Specialty specific guidance in support of applications under Article 14 - Forensic Psychiatry

General Medical Council Publication

 

 

South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Prison Inreach Team Directory.

 

Secure Hospital: Helping someone who’s in forensic mental health services

Rethink mental Illness

 

Sexual Offences: Definitive Guideline

Sentencing Council

5 February 2009

 

January 2012

 

Summer 2010 - currently being updated

 

August 2011

 

April 2012

 

April 2014

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Too Little Too Late

An independent review of unmet mental health need in prison, by the Prison Reform Trust.

 

Transforming Rehabilitation: a summary of evidence on reducing reoffending

Gov.uk

 2009

 

22 April 2014

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Under the Radar – Women with Borderline Personality Disorder in Prison

A report from the charity organisation: The Centre for Mental Health.

 

Unfitness to Plead: The Law Commission Consultation Paper No 197

The Law Commission Consultation.

14 September 2010

No date given (c. 2010)

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The Community Diversion and Prison Psychiatry Network

 

Community Diversion and Prison Psychiatry Network   Launched in October 2009 at the Faculty’s annual conference in Cardiff, the Community Diversion and Prison Psychiatry Network will be jointly run with the Forensic Faculty. The aims of the network are:

 

  • To develop a forum for communication for psychiatrists working in prison and in community diversion services.
  • To explore and develop standards and competencies relating to these areas.
  • To identify the nature of mental health service provision and specific training opportunities in these areas.
  • To identify areas of best practice and disseminate them. 
  • To influence care pathways to enable community mental health services to work more effectively with prison mental health teams.
  • To develop links with other stakeholders, such as the Sainsbury’s Centre, Department of Health, the Howard League for penal reform and the Prison reform Trust.

Interested in joining this network? Please contact the General Adult Psychiatry Faculty Manager, Lauren Wright.

 

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