Deaths in custody: caring for people at risk
This book is the sequel to "Deaths in Custody: International comparisons," also published by Whiting and Birch. It sets out to identify examples of progress and good practice. Contributions by leading figures in the field look at issues of definition, vulnerability and risk, and at programmes aimed at the reduction of custodial suicide rates from many countries.
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Caring for People at Risk
Suicides and Institutions
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