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Academic Article Forensic mental illness and other policy misadventures. Commentary on "extending assertive community treatment to criminal justice settings: origins, current evidence, and future directions".
Academic Article Commentary: civil commitment statutes--40 years of circumvention.
Academic Article Thinking styles and emotional states of male and female prison inmates by mental disorder status.
Academic Article Public policy and limits of diversion programs for reducing jail exposure of persons with serious mental illness.
Academic Article Integrating the criminal justice system into mental health service delivery: the worcester diversion experience.
Academic Article Beyond criminalization: toward a criminologically informed framework for mental health policy and services research.
Academic Article Justice system involvement into young adulthood: comparison of adolescent girls in the public mental health system and in the general population.
Academic Article Emerging adults with psychiatric disabilities involved with the criminal justice system.
Academic Article Prevalence of criminal thinking among state prison inmates with serious mental illness.
Academic Article Categorizing temporal patterns of arrest in a cohort of adults with serious mental illness.
Academic Article Prevalence of involvement in the criminal justice system during severe mania and associated symptomatology.
Academic Article Predictors of criminal justice involvement in severe mania.
Concept Criminal Law
Concept Criminal Psychology
Concept Criminals
Academic Article Co-occurring risk factors for arrest among persons with opioid abuse and dependence: implications for developing interventions to limit criminal justice involvement.
Academic Article Envisioning the next generation of behavioral health and criminal justice interventions.
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