Mental Health Teams In Police Stations And Courts Scheme Goes Live

Mental Health Teams In Police Stations And Courts Scheme Goes Live

Thank you!

The areas across England that have been selected to test the new model are: London, Wakefield, Coventry, Merseyside, South Essex, Sussex, Leicestershire, Dorset, Sunderland/Middlesborough and Bristol.  During the trial period schemes will develop a range of L&D activities such as improving youth provision towards an all age service, providing services at all times to reflect need and developing partnerships between judiciary, police and mental health agencies.  Continue reading 

The one stop shop …

All those children who run away from care or upon leaving care, get into trouble with the police, we all know where this will be leading ….

Also observe places like Northamptonshire who have a zero tolerance against black people ..

In all a passport for disaster … for everybody apart from those on the Government payroll. The police have been sectioning people for decades now that they are exposed, observe the establishment self protect.

via Our Children And The State The Development Of Social Services.

Metropolitan police strip searched more than 4,500 children in five years

Data obtained under freedom of information reveals thousands of 10 – 16-year-olds faced procedure from April 2008.  I do wonder if some were care children, who later went missing?
FAR more likely that they were children who had gone missing from “care” & become involved in crime. ~ Peter Kirkham, Mar 17

Some professionals saw girls who went missing from homes and became victims of sexual exploitation as “slags. The all-party groups on runaway and missing children and looked-after children and care-leavers found local authority social workers too often considered children in homes “troublesome”, “a nuisance” and a drain on resources.

Child still remains in care. Trafficked by Northamptonshire police force and ALL who continually drag the mother through the Courts are involved in the corruption.


The Hidden Side of Psychiatry
by Gary Null, Ph.D.

Mental illness is at an all-time high, with 40 million Americans affected, according to reports emanating from organized psychiatry. But just how accurate is this account? As you will see, people seeking help from the mental health industry are often misdiagnosed, wrongfully treated, and abused. Others are deceptively lured to psychiatric facilities, or even kidnapped. No matter how they arrive, though, once they are there, inmates lose all freedoms and are forced to undergo dangerous but sanctioned procedures, such as electroconvulsive therapy and treatment with powerful drugs, that can leave them emotionally, mentally, and physically marked for life. Some psychiatric patients are physically and sexually abused. Millions more are told that they need harmful medications, such as Prozac and Ritalin, but are not told of the seriously damaging side effects of these.


I believe that keeping silent when an injustice is taking place is condoning it.



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