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Many North American jurisdictions permit involuntary psychiatric treatment to proceed only when a person lacks the capacity (or competence) to consent or when an emergency exists, even following lawful civil commitment. This may prevent the rapid commencement of treatment, but it shows...
The development of risk assessment tools that use dynamic variables to predict recidivism and to inform and facilitate violence reduction interventions is the next major challenge in the field of risk assessment and management. This study is the first in a 2-step process to validate the Violence...
Evaluation of juvenile offenders considered for transfer to adult court entails consideration of three factors: (a) potential risk of dangerousness, (b) level of sophistication–maturity, and (c) treatment amenability. Despite the centrality of these concepts to dispositional decision making,...
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