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The National Trajectory Project

Less than 1 in 10 of people deemed not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder (NCR) commit or attempt homicides or sexual offences according to the National Trajectory Project (the largest known study in Canada). Forensic experts from Quebec, Ontario, and British Columbia analyzed 1800 NCR cases between May 2000 and April 2005, including a three-year follow-up review. They found low recidivism rates and a diverse history of clinical diagnoses and offences for the NCR population studied. Detailed findings are now available in six articles published in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.

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Police Records Check Coalition

The Police Records Check Coalition raises awareness on requesting and releasing non-conviction information, particularly that which is related to mental health and addictions. It explains the different types of police records checks in Ontario and answers frequently asked questions. 

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The Mental Health Commission of Canada is coordinating the effort to bring R2MR to police organizations across the country. Preliminary evaluation results show that ...

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Speech delivered by Louise Bradley, MHCC President and CEO at the : Canada Association of Police Boards Annual General Meeting on August 15, 2013.

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When Mental Illness and the Justice System Intersect

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As 2,000 municipal leaders gathered at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities annual conference May 31 to June 3, 2013 in Vancouver, BC, the Mental Health ...

Videos

Louise Bradley's speech to the Canadian Association of Police Boards Annual General Meeting (Full)
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Louise Bradley's speech to the Canadian Association of Police Boards Annual General Meeting (Full)

MHCC President and CEO Louise Bradley spoke on the intersection of mental health and policing at the Canadian Association of Police Boards Annual General Meeting in Saskatoon on August 15, 2013. (Full video)

Contributors talk about the Mental Health Strategy for Canada
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Contributors talk about the Mental Health Strategy for Canada

What is the Mental Health Strategy for Canada?
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What is the Mental Health Strategy for Canada?

Launch of the Mental Health Strategy for Canada
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Launch of the Mental Health Strategy for Canada

MHCC Mental Health Strategy Launch - full webcast
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MHCC Mental Health Strategy Launch - full webcast

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