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Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The great American punishment experiment -- Four major threats to recidivism reduction: intellectual deficiencies, drug addiction, neurodevelopmental disorders, and mental illness -- The special case of the juvenile brain -- The path forward: changing behavioral health -- Criminal intent and diversion -- The path forward: diverting disordered offenders -- Costs, benefits and challenges -- References -- Index.
From Retribution to Public Safety places clinical assessment and intervention of mentally, intellectually and neurocognitively disordered offenders squarely in the middle of criminal justice reform and develops a roadmap for appropriate changes to criminal law and procedure as well as public health.
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