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What does JAMH stand for?

JAMH stands for Justice and Mental Health (support program)

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95 Paperback Criminal justice series RA1148 This book provides a concise introduction to key concepts in forensic mental health and outlines the discipline's relationship to the broader context of criminal justice and mental health care systems in England and Wales.
Collecting And Sharing Data In Travis County, criminal justice and mental health stakeholders recognized that they needed a clearer picture of the number of people with mental illnesses moving through the various components of the criminal justice system so they could develop a cohesive set of policies to maximize the impact of their many collaborative initiatives.
Released in 2002, the Criminal Justice/Mental Health Consensus Project is widely used by both criminal justice and mental health policy-makers and practitioners to improve the criminal justice system's response to people with mental illness.
Policymakers in the criminal justice and mental health systems, as well as the public, legitimately may consider whether criminals of this type are too dangerous to ever be released.
With the significant reduction in traditional responses to individuals struggling with mental illness--hospitals, community-based services, family and other informal networks--the challenges to law enforcement, the judicial, criminal justice and mental health systems, and the general community loom large.