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Law Without Enforcement

Editor(s): Nigel Eastman, Jill Peay
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Published: 01-01-2005
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 256
ISBN: 9781901363753
Imprint: Hart Publishing
RRP : £23.00

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“…a must for anyone working in mental health care.The book is a detailed examination of the issues which the current review of mental health legislation ought to address.the contributors put together a convincing argument for new legislation that would root out the contradictions and conflicts and halt the damaging conflation between mental illness and violence towards others.” –  Catherine Jackson, Mental Health Care

“The book is brimming over with reflections, ideas and proposals, some (inevitably) easier to follow than othersit is the combined efforts of all the contributors that makes this book so worthy of priority reading.” –  John Horne, Journal of Mental Health Law

“For those interested in mental health law this book is manna from heaven.” –  Philip T Bean, Howard Journal of Criminal Justice

“I recommend that Government ministers read it and reconsider.” –  Simon Foster, OpenMind

“..The overall impression formed by this book, for someone who has tried to keep up to date with developing ideas, is of a dam busting.It produces a series of insights which are thought-provoking at worst and revelatory at best.Those who wish to understand better the intellectual background from which the scooping committee is working should read this book.” –  Alan Parkin, Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law

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