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On the front line: policing and mental health

Authors

  • Chief Constable Mark Collins, National Police Chief’s Council Lead for Mental Health

    Chief Constable Mark Collins, National Police Chief’s Council Lead for Mental Health

  • Sarah Hughes, Chief Executive of the Centre for Mental Health

    Sarah Hughes

  • Marsha McAdam, an expert by experience and Co-Chair of the Greater Manchester Personality Disorder Strategy Group

    Marsha McAdam

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What role do the police play in responding to people in mental health crisis? Helen McKenna talks to Chief Constable Mark Collins, National Police Chief’s Council Lead for Mental Health, Sarah Hughes, Chief Executive of the Centre for Mental Health and Marsha McAdam, an expert by experience and Co-Chair of the Greater Manchester Personality Disorder Strategy Group.

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