PORSCH: learning disabilities and liaison and diversion services

If you have interests in learning disabilities and liaison and diversion services, you may find the article in the link below of interest.

McKenna D et al: Referrals to a mental health criminal justice Liaison and diversion team in the North East of England, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology.

Iain McKinnon, one of the authors, presented at the PORSCH conferences on LD earlier this year.

If your library subscribes to the journal then it is available in the usual way (listed in the latest articles). If not, it is available to purchase via the ink.


Prof Andrew Gray
Network Chair, Prison and Offender Research in Social Care and Health (PORSCH)
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County Durham Youth Offending Service
Durham University Collingwood College
NHS England Health and Justice (Cumbria & North East)
North East & Yorkshire Public Sector Prisons
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Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS FT Offender Health and Forensic Community Services
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York University CrimNet

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