Relationship between Mental Disorders, Participation in Violence and the NCRMD

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Relationship between Mental Disorders, Participation in Violence and the NCRMD
This paper will look at current academic research on the relationship between mental disorders and participation in violence; it will also look at the Canadian law Not Criminally Responsible because of a Mental Disorder (NCRMD) that is associated with this construct. Research articles selected to summarize and analyze will be those conducted by Bradford (2008);
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, et al. (2008); Taylor (2008); Snowden, et al. (2009); and Crocker, et al. (2011). The reasons for selecting these articles are that they each address a particular aspect of mental disorders and violence, and assessment tools that have implications for the Canadian NCRMD law. Bradford’s article...
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.....No. 2 (2008): 153-164.
Crocker, A., et al. "To Detain or To Release? Correlates of Dispositions for Individuals Declared Not Criminally Responsible on Account of Mental Disorder." The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 56, No. 5 (2011): 293-302.
Government of Canada. MENTAL DISORDER AND CANADIAN CRIMINAL LAW. 22 January 2002. 2 August 2011 <http://dsp-psd.pwgsc.gc.ca/Collection-R/LoPBdP/BP/prb9922-e.htm>.
Snowden, R., et al. "Assessing Risk of Future Violence Among Forensic Psychiatric Inpatients with the Classification of Violence Risk (COVR)." Psychiatric Services, Vol. 60, No. 11 (2009): 1522-1526.
Taylor, P. "Psychosis and Violence: Stories, Fears, and Reality." The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, Vo. 53, No. 10 (2008): 647-659.