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|Title:||Crisis response services for people with mental illnesses or intellectual and developmental disabilities: A review of the literature on police-based and other first response models|
|Contributors:||Watson, Amy C.|
Compton, Michael T.
Pope, Leah G.
Police services for the mentally ill—United States
Police social work—United States
|Publisher:||Vera Institute of Justice|
|Place of Publication:||Brooklyn, N.Y.|
|Description:||Many converging factors have contributed to the need for community-based crisis and emergency responses for people with serious mental illnesses or those having psychiatric crises (such as acute suicidality). The need for community-based crisis and emergency responses for people who have intellectual or development disabilities is also well established. The models and approaches described in this literature review have typically been designed and implemented for one population or the other and remarkably few studies have considered both groups. This summary of the published research to date provides a sampling of the types of police-based and related emergency response programs that have received some research attention, as well as the methodological approaches used and their results.|
|Appears in Collections:||Monographic reports and papers (Publicly Accessible)|
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