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Industry: Health care
Industry sub-sector: Medical health
Preferred mode of CPD training: Online  
Type of CPD activity: Seminar
Duration of CPD activity: 4 Hours

Building Bridges: Collaborative Strategies for Mental Health Support in Law Enforcement and Corrections

Overview

Understanding the importance of mental health interventions in the criminal justice system is crucial for addressing the complex needs of individuals involved. Effective interventions can lead to better outcomes, reduce recidivism rates, and promote rehabilitation. Early identification and assessment of mental health issues, along with access to evidence-based treatments, are key aspects. Implementing targeted interventions has shown positive results in reducing reoffending behavior. By investing in mental health interventions, communities can save costs associated with repeated incarceration and emergency services while promoting public safety through effective rehabilitation programs. Prioritising mental health care within this population is essential for positive outcomes for individuals and society as a whole.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this CPD activity, the learner will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of mental health interventions for individuals involved in the criminal justice system.
  • Identify common mental health issues faced by individuals in the criminal justice system.
  • Learn effective strategies for managing and addressing mental health challenges in a criminal justice context
  • Explore the impact of mental health on criminal behaviour and recidivism rates
  • Develop skills in recognising signs of mental health issues and providing appropriate support to individuals in the criminal justice system.

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Overview

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