There is growing concern about the care received by mentally disordered offenders (MDOs). The prevalence of psychiatric disorder among the remanded group has received considerable attention (Coid, 1988). Some MDOs are remanded in custody following even petty offences on account of their vulnerability or because their homelessness prejudices bail. Where the offence is serious a remand in custody may be inevitable.
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