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Previous Seminar Presentation: Offender Personality Disorder Pathway Programme (Mar 2015)

In this seminar speakers described the joint initiative between the National Offender Management Service and NHS England and how the programme is providing a jointly commissioned pathway of services from community to community.

The Offender Personality Disorder Programme targets offenders who are high risk of future harmful offences, and who have complex needs. It aims to reduce harmful reoffending, increase psychological health and wellbeing, and train staff to be better able to work with this challenging group of offenders. The seminar featured speakersIan Goode, National Offender Management Service Joint Lead of the Offender Personality Disorder Programme and Sarah Skett, A.F.B.Ps.S, Registered and Chartered Forensic Psychologist and NHS England Joint Lead for the Offender Personality Disorder Programme. In the seminar they described the joint initiative and how the programme is providing a jointly commissioned pathway of services from community to community.

Previous Seminar Presentation - Offender Personality Disorder Pathway Programme (March 2015)

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