Publications

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Diversion: the business case for action

15 Feb 2011

Diversion shows diversion from custody is still much cheaper than just a few weeks in prison. Well-designed diversion schemes can help to reduce reoffending by one third.

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A label for exclusion

4 Jan 2011

This policy paper identifies areas and practical examples of how the commissioning and delivery of alcohol interventions for offenders in the community might be developed.

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Briefing 42: Beyond the Gate

24 Nov 2010

Only a small proportion of prisoners in England have jobs to go to on release and employment support is too often denied to offenders with mental health problems.

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The economic and social costs of mental health problems in 2009/10

3 Oct 2010

This policy paper calculates the economic and social costs of mental illness including the costs of health and social care, lost output and the human costs of reduced quality of life.

Topic: Economics

Tag: Economics

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Under the radar

14 Sep 2010

Under the Radar calls for better diversion from custodial sentences for women with a personality disorder and increased training for prison staff.

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You just get on and do it

7 Sep 2010

This paper shows the results of our study of healthcare provision in YOTs in England.

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Public health and criminal justice

21 Jul 2010

Promoting and protecting the mental health and wellbeing of offenders can have wide-ranging benefits for individuals, their families and their communities.

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Common mental health problems at work

7 Jun 2010

Common Mental Health Problems at Work examines recent international research evidence on how to help people with depression and anxiety to stay in work or to return after a period of ill health.

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Implementing Recovery

27 Apr 2010

This paper presents a practical methodology to help mental health services and their local partners become more recovery-oriented in their organisation and practices, and thereby to support these processes more effectively.

Tag: Recovery

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Diversion dividend

2 Apr 2010

Diverting offenders to community support rather than prisons would save money in the justice system and reduce reoffending rates.

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The Bradley Report and the Criminal Justice Workforce

30 Mar 2010

This paper examines what justice workers need to help them to help to implement the 82 recommendations of Lord Bradley’s review of how the justice system supports people with mental health problems or learning disabilities.

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Promoting mental health and preventing mental illness

17 Mar 2010

This report calls for greater investment in mental health promotion and argues that this will bring economic advantages.

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