2017 Forensic Conference Presentations and Materials

2017 Annual Forensic Conference Nov. 1, 2017 | Embassy Suites - Columbus/Dublin

"Tailoring Strategies for Diverse Forensic Populations"

The 2017 forensic conference featured Joel Dvoskin, Ph.D., ABPP, who delivered the keynote address titled “A Better Way to Help People with Severe Mental Illness who Commit Minor Crimes." The conference also featured the annual Legal Update and workshops on Conditional Release Considerations, a Forensic Consumer’s Experience with CIT, the Stepping Up Initiative in Ohio, Risk Assessment for Insanity Acquitees, Forensic ACT in Lucas County, Sovereign Citizens and Finding Expert Interpreters for people in the courts and forensic evaluation settings.

 

Conditional Release Considerations: Judge and Attorney Panel

 

There are no handouts for this session.

One Forensic Consumer's Experience with CIT Stepping Up, The Ohio Model: Tools and Resources to Break the Cycle of Jail for Those with Mental Illness

Reconsidering Risk Assessment with Insanity Acquittees: Clinical and Legal Issues, Part 1

Forensic ACT Team in Lucas County

The Assessment and Risk Management of People who have Severe Mental Illness and Sexual Offending Behavior

Reconsidering Risk Assessment with Insanity Acquittees: Clinical and Legal Issues, Part 2 Sick Man or Strawman: The Assessment and Management of Sovereign Citizens Can I Use Google for That? Finding Expert Interpreters for Diverse Populations