Fitness to Stand Trial and Criminal Responsibility Assessments in Canada: Improving Access to Qualified Mental Health Professionals – Canadian Psychological Association – 2017-12

The Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) is the national association for the science, practice and education of psychology in Canada. The assessment of fitness to stand trial and the assessment of criminal responsibility are key activities necessary to the administration of justice at the interface of mental health and the law. Canadian psychologists have

Opening the Doors of Justice – An Attempt to Make True Justice Accessible to People with an Intellectual Disability Who Have Been the Victims of a Crime – 2015-11-17

Mark Pathak pioneered a model of work to enable people with intellectual disabilities engage with the criminal justice system as complainants. The framework provides specialist support to help witnesses prepare for the courtroom experience while helping the court understand in advance the capabilities of the witnesses. Opening the Doors of Justice –

Communicating with People with Mental Health Disabilities: What Justice Sector Professionals Can Do to Remove Barriers

People with mental health disabilities face barriers in all sectors of society. To ensure these individuals have equal access to justice sector services, justice sector professionals must understand these barriers and how to use effective communication to increase equality in services. In this webinar, a new online, multi-media training course