Publication - Independent report

Independent Forensic Mental Health Review: final report

Published: 26 Feb 2021
Part of:
Health and social care, Law and order
ISBN:
9781800044241

This final report sets out the Review's recommendations for change. A summary and easy read version are also available.

Independent Forensic Mental Health Review: final report
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