The Police-Mental Health Partnership: A Community-Based Response to Urban Violence

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Many of our children live in communities where violence, fear, and despair are commonplace. This book describes how one city developed a collaborative effort between law-enforcement and mental health professionals in order to help these children and their families. The Child Development-Community Policing Program in New Haven, Connecticut, was initiated in 1991 to deal more effectively with children who are victims or perpetrators of violence. Police officers, preparing for the new responsibilities of community-based ...

The Police-Mental Health Partnership: A Community-Based Response to Urban Violence 1995, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT

ISBN-13: 9780300064209

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