For decades, policymakers have grappled with the issue of crime and mental illness, with service design being generally guided by the belief that the involvement with the criminal justice system of those with mental illnesses can often be attributed to inadequate mental health services. In new research, William Fisher and co-authors find that clinical factors, such as having a […]
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