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To study the population of a high-security forensic hospital, utilizing its criminal records, clinical diagnoses and victim profiles. The records of 269 patients male were analyzed. Psychotic disorders were the most common findings (58%). The most common type of crime was murder or attempted murder (52.8%), and there was a significant correlation between psychotic disorders and this type of crime (p<0,05). 89.7% of these crimes led to death, and 34.5% of the time the victim was a closedoi:10.20431/2456-0049.0102004 fatcat:yr3kxqasy5d5tnnhzrgsa4zl4y