Self-harm and suicidal behaviour in forensic settings

Self-harm and suicidal behaviour in forensic settings

This e-book of the Journal of Criminal Psychology (JCP) is a timely edition with concerns in many jurisdictions regarding the rising rates of suicide and self-harm within prisons and other forensic services. The relevance of a broad view of this area is clear, with a need to draw together across disciplines and settings to develop our knowledge and practice. I am honoured to present a range of chapters from significant authors in the field of suicide and self-harm prevention who provide fresh insights from which the field can continue to develop.

Book Review: 'Preventing Self-injury and Suicide in Women’s Prisons',Correlates of suicidal ideation in incarcerated offenders: a pilot study in three Belgian prisons,Non-suicidal self-harm amongst incarcerated men: a qualitative study,Self-harm and suicide in forensic settings,Suicide ideation amongst people referred for mental health assessment in police custody,Supporting imprisoned women who self-harm: exploring prison staff strategies,The roles of bullying involvement and parental warmth in non-suicidal self-harm and suicidal ideation among adolescents from residential program,Working with suicide risk in offenders: a review of training at HMP Grendon

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