Mental Disorder, Crime, and Criminal Justice

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Mental Disorder, Crime, and Criminal Justice

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Involuntary inpatient and outpatient commitment may be used for a variety of situations in multiple settings. Some have argued that it may be misused and is a coercive and stigmatizing method that violates an individual’s rights. Others have argued that lives could have been saved and harm prevented if appropriate involuntary mental health care was provided.

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What are some of the risks that exist in our current involuntary commitment system and how are they aIDressed? What modifications would you recommend?

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Note: You might want to specify whether you are aIDressing adults or juveniles, inpatient or outpatient, and before, during, or after commitment.

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