Publication - Independent report

Independent Forensic Mental Health Review: interim report

Published: 28 Aug 2020
Part of:
Health and social care, Law and order, Research
ISBN:
9781800040052

This interim report describes the evidence gathered during the review’s consultation phase. A summary and easy read version are also available.

88 page PDF

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88 page PDF

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Contents
Independent Forensic Mental Health Review: interim report
References

88 page PDF

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References

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