Radcliffes LeBrasseur

I finished off a trio of conferences last week in London by speaking at the Annual Mental Health Law Conference hosted by a prestigous law firm, Radcliffes Le Brasseur in Westminster.

I’m still not quite sure how I blagged my way into it, if I’m honest but it seemed to go well!

In general presentations about policing and mental health, I have a fairly standard template for covering the issues and I’ve been asked to share the PowerPoint so many times, I thought I’d stick on here for general consumption!

NB: This is a very large PowerPoint which has grown and expanded over the years – I never use it all in one go!

I normally blank out or move over the slides that are of no relevance to the particular audience I’m using it with, but I put it all up in one go here, so you can see if anything might be useful to you – feel free to use it as you wish.  I’ll keep this page updated with any future amendments.

Winner of the President’s Medal, the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Winner of the Mind Digital Media Award


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