Police response to mental health in Canada
Introduction to Mental Health for Policing Professions / Shea-Lyn Boychuk and Uzma Williams -- Bipolar and Other Mood Disorders / Stephanie J. Laue and John R. Reddon -- Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders / Alberto Choy -- Substance Use Disorders / Adam Howorko and Rick Csiernik -- Antisoci...
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|Summary:||Introduction to Mental Health for Policing Professions / Shea-Lyn Boychuk and Uzma Williams -- Bipolar and Other Mood Disorders / Stephanie J. Laue and John R. Reddon -- Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders / Alberto Choy -- Substance Use Disorders / Adam Howorko and Rick Csiernik -- Antisocial and Other Personality Disorders / Andrew M. Haag -- Childhood Conduct and Other Childhood Disorders / Nicol Patricny, Erin Newman, John R. Reddon, and Salvatore B. Durante -- Paraphilic and Other Sexual Disorders / Debra Jellicoe -- Acute and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders / Stephanie J. Laue and John R. Reddon -- Police Legitimacy, Interpersonal Response, and Community Trust / Dan Jones, Shea-Lyn Boychuk, Abigail Smith and Uzma Williams -- Police Behavioural Response to Critical Intervention and Emergency Situations / Dan Jones, Lydia Fleming, Jaqueline Brodbin, April Langille, and Uzma Williams -- Police Response to Crisis Involving Suicide Risk: Strategies for Suicide Intervention and Prevention / Jennifer A.A. Lavoie and Scott Blandford -- Mental Health Services and Special Intervention Teams / Debra Jellicoe and Tanya Anderson -- Mental Health of Police Professions and First Responders / Patricia L. Schuster and Graham E. Ross -- The History of Policing and Indigenous Persons in Canada / Dan Jones and Peter Jensen -- NCRMD Legal and Ethical Issues / Courtney J. Hunt, John R. Reddon, Andrew M. Haag, and Salvatore B. Durante -- Letters to Policing Professionals / Kyle L. Klein.|
"The majority of police officer calls involve mental health experiences. Currently, there is a lot of controversy surrounding how police handle these calls and how police personnel treat individuals experiencing mental health. Police personnel often lack knowledge surrounding mental health, and, similarly, they are often inadequately trained to respond to mental health calls. The editors’ aim in putting together this textbook is to provide police studies students as well as policing professionals with practical knowledge to help guide their decision-making on critical and non-critical responses. A wide range of topics in the area of mental health disorders and police personnel response will be explored. The first section of the book defines and explains common disorders using the DSM-V criteria and the last two sections of the book discuss police interaction with people experiencing mental health and how to respond to abnormal behavior in a crisis situation."--
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|Physical Description:||xiv, 338 Seiten Illustrationen|
Issued also in electronic format.