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Crisis Intervention Teams in Maine’s Androscoggin County Jail: A Report on the Early Stages of Implementing a New Corrections-based Practice Working with Mentally Ill Offenders

By the Public Health Research Institute

ABSTRACT:  In 2003, Maine's Androscoggin County Jail started Crisis Intervention Team training for its corrections officers. This article assesses initial implementation efforts and makes recommendations for future practice.

Posted Thu, Aug 4 2011 4:33 PM by Tracey Vessels
Attachment: Androscoggin.pdf


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