The purpose of this research is to considers the degree to which drug courts (DCs) in New South Wales (NSW) adhere to the ten key components (TKCs), which were developed…
Psychopathy assessments in forensic psychiatry: a pilot study of Canadian practitioners’ use and perceptionsRasmus Rosenberg Larsen, Jessica Burns, Reba Khoshabe, Nicole Raposo, Jarkko Jalava, Stephanie Griffiths
The purpose of this study was to survey practitioners’ use and perceptions of psychopathy assessments in Canadian forensic psychiatric settings. Psychopathy assessments…
The first stage of an exploratory study into the UK fire and rescue services working with children and young people who set firesJoanna Foster
This paper aims to outline the first stages of an exploratory study into how the UK fire and rescue services (FRSs) identify those children and young people who require…
Global evidence suggests that youth offending has reduced; however, this study aims to suggest a more complex picture, with youth crime potentially being displaced to the…
Exploring explicit and implicit correlates of early anti-social fire exposure and everyday fire use in adulthoodFaye Kathryn Horsley, Trevor Keith James, Natasha Baker, Rachel Broughton, Xanthe Hampton, Amy Knight, Imogen Langford, Ellie Pomfrey, Laura Unsworth
This study aims to explore whether early anti-social fire exposure (ASFE) is associated with how adults engage with fire and how they view fire.
In intervening to prevent recidivism by adult firesetters, there is a dearth of standardised interventions and relatedly of controlled outcome evaluations. Although…
This paper aims to present exploratory research on how people in Aotearoa New Zealand experience and learn about fire, and how they think and feel about fire as adults.
This study aims to assess the prevalence of firesetting in a sample of young UK adults aged 18 to 23 years and to compare their characteristics with non-firesetting individuals.
Fire-related offences are costly in human and financial terms. Fire education is widely used with juveniles and with adults in forensic psychiatric settings; however, with…
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