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BJ Psych Advances
SummaryAlthough the older adult population makes up only a small percentage of mentally disordered offenders, there is a clear need for forensic mental health services for older people. However, these services to date have developed ad hoc and with no coordination. In this article we discuss the evolution, current provision, future direction and therapeutic implications of such services. Although the epidemiology, criminology and clinical characteristics of older people are sufficientlydoi:10.1192/apt.bp.113.012021 fatcat:t3rfe3tkarc23dbkx4x7dlygp4