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NCJ Number: 91186 Find in a Library
Title: Metropolitan Toronto Forensic Service - Sixth Annual Report and Statistical Supplement, 1982
Corporate Author: Clarke Institute of Psychiatry
Canada
Date Published: 1983
Page Count: 62
Sponsoring Agency: Clarke Institute of Psychiatry
Toronto, M52 IR8, Canada
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: This report begins with a statement of the agency's objectives, which include assessment and treatment of persons charged in the judicial district of York, Canada, and provision of psychiatric consultative services in forensic psychiatry, as well as training and research in the field.
Abstract: The report highlights achievements of 1982 (e.g., publication of 'Clinical Assessment Before Trail - Legal Issues and Mental Disorder'), and lists the board of directors. Appendixes contain a staff list and listings of working papers in forensic psychiatry, articles published in the press, scholarly addresses and media involvement, teaching programs, grants, honors, and reports. A statistical supplement concludes the report. Tabular data are given.
Index Term(s): Canada; Forensic psychiatry; Prisoner's rights; Psychiatric services
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