'The Other Side of Silence': The Role of the Appropriate Adult Post-Bradley

Ethics and Social Welfare 5 (3):306-312 (2011)
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The publication of the Bradley review in the United Kingdom is a watershed in the development of policy regarding the way that the Criminal Justice System responds to individuals with mental health problems. It then goes on to explore one aspect of that response: the role of the Appropriate Adult under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (1984)
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