Department of Health and Social Security. Report of the Committee on Mentally Abnormal Offenders (Butler Report). CMMD 624. HMSO, 1975.
Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health. Forensic Mental Health Services: Facts and Figures on Current Provision.
Rutherford, M, Duggan, S. Forensic mental health services: facts and figures on current provision. Br J Forensic Pract
2008; 10: 4–10.
Brown, K, Fahy, T. Medium secure units: pathways of care and time to discharge over a four-year period in South London. J Forensic Psychiatry Psychol
2009; 20: 268–77.
Shah, A, Waldron, G, Boast, N, Coid, J, Ullrich, S. Factors associated with length of admission at a medium secure forensic psychiatric unit. J Forensic Psychiatry Psychol
2011; 22: 496–512.
Maden, A, Skapinakis, P, Lewis, G, Scott, F, Burnett, R, Jamieson, E. Gender differences in reoffending after discharge from medium secure units. Br J Psychiatry
2006; 189: 168–72.
Monahan, J, Steadman, HJ, Silver, E, Appelbaum, PS, Robbins, PC, Mulvey, EP, et al. Rethinking Risk Assessment: The MacArthur Study of Mental Disorder and Violence.
Oxford University Press, 2001.
Doyle, M, Dolan, M. Predicting community violence from patients discharged from mental health services. Br J Psychiatry
2006; 189: 520–6.
Doyle, M, Carter, S, Shaw, J, Dolan, M. (2011). Predicting community violence from patients discharged from acute mental health units in England. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol
2001; 47: 627–37.
Webster, CD, Douglas, KS, Eaves, D, Hart, SD. HCR 20 – Version 2. Assessing Risk for Violence. Simon Fraser University, 1997.
Douglas, KS, Hart, SD, Webster, CD, Belfrage, H. (2013). HCR-20V3: Assessing Risk of Violence – User Guide. Mental Health, Law, and Policy Institute, Simon Fraser University, .
De Vogel, V, De Ruiter, C, Bouman, Y, De Vries Robbe, M. Structured Assessment of Protective Factors for Violence Risk.
Forum Educatief, 2009.
Hickey, N, Yang, M, Coid, J. (2009). The development of the Medium Security Recidivism Assessment Guide (MSRAG): an actuarial risk prediction instrument. J Forensic Psychiatry Psychol
2009; 20: 202–24.
Kay, S, Fitszbein, A, Opier, L. The Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) for schizophrenia. Schizophr Bull
1987; 13: 19–67.
Young, M, Justice, J, Erdberg, P. Risk factors for violent behavior among incarcerated male psychiatric patients: a multimethod approach. Assessment
1999; 6: 243–58.
Department of Health and HM Prison Service. Changing the Outlook: A Strategy for Developing and Modernising Mental Health Services in Prisons.
Department of Health, 2001.
Armitage, C, Fitzgerald, C, Cheong, P. Prison in-reach mental health nursing. Nurs Stand
2003; 17: 40–2.
Bradley, K. Lord Bradley's Review of People with Mental Health Problems or Learning Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System.
Department of Health, 2009.
Centre for Mental Health. Pathways to Unlocking Secure Mental Health Care.
National Mental Health Development Unit, 2011.
Shaw, J, Senior, J, Thornicroft, G, Birmingham, L, Kendall, K, Brooker, C. A National Evaluation of Prison Mental Health In-Reach Services. A Report to the National Institute of Health Research.
The Offender Health Research Network, 2009 (http://www.ohrn.nhs.uk/resource/Research/Inreach.pdf).
Singleton, N, Meltzer, H, Gatward, R. Psychiatric Morbidity among Prisoners. The Stationery Office, 1998.
Lennox, C, Senior, J, King, C, Hassan, L, Clayton, R, Thornicroft, G, et al. The management of released prisoners with severe and enduring mental illness. J Forensic Psychiatry Psychol
2012; 23: 67–75.
Coid, J, Ullrich, S. Prisoners with psychosis in England and Wales: diversion to psychiatric inpatient services?
Int J Law Psychiatry
2011; 34: 99–108.
McMurran, M. Personality Disorder: Expert Paper.
National Research and Development Programme on Forensic Mental Health, 2002.
Senior, J, Birmingham, L, Harty, M, Hassan, L, Hayes, A, Kendall, K, et al. (2012). Identification and management of prisoners with severe psychiatric illness by specialist mental health services. Psychol Med
2013; 43: 1511–20.
Brooker, C, Gojkovic, D. The second national survey of mental health in-reach services in prisons. J Forensic Psychiatry Psychol
2009; 20 (suppl 1): 11–28.
Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health. Short Changed: Spending on Prison Mental Health Care.
Pyszora, NM, Telfer, J. Implementation of the care programme approach in prison. Psychiatr Bull
2003; 27: 173–6.
NHS England. NHS Standard Contract for Medium and Low Secure Mental Health Services (Adults). . Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, 2010.
Nurse, J, Woodcock, P, Ormsby, J. Influence of environmental factors on mental health within prisons: focus group study. BMJ
2003; 327: 480–5.
Birmingham, L. The mental health of prisoners. Adv Psychiatr Treat
2003; 9: 191–201.
Hassan, L, Birmingham, L, Harty, M, Jarrett, M, Jones, P, King, C, et al. Prospective cohort study of mental health during imprisonment. Br J Psychiatry
2011; 198: 37–42.
Draine, J, Wolff, N, Jacoby, JE, Hartwell, S, Duclos, C. Understanding community re-entry of former prisoners with mental illness: a conceptual model to guide new research. Behav Sci Law
2005; 23; 689–707.
Care Quality Commission. Application for Registration as a New Service Provider.
Care Quality Commission, 2013.