Law Enforcement and Public Health Conference 2014

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This international annual conference held in Amsterdam this year, gets police and criminal justice researchers together to debate diverse topics, from child abuse to road traffic accidents. Prof Glynis Murphy  (Tizard Centre) was presenting in a session about intellectual disabilities on the OFFSCA-ID project, which is following up people with ID when they leave prison. Many receive little or no support from social services or health and are re-arrested very quickly.

For details of the OFFSCA-ID research currently being undertaken:




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