30 Dev. Mental Health L. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/dvmnhlt30 and id is 1 raw text is: DEVELOPMENTS IN
MENTAL HEALTH LAW
The Institute of Law, Psychiatry & Public Policy - The University of Virginia

Volume 30. Issues 1- 6

January - June 2011

Developments in Mental Health Law
Developments in Mental Health Law
Is published electronically by the Institute of Law,
Psychiatry & Public Policy (ILPPP) with the support
of funds from the Virginia Department of
Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.
The opinions expressed in this publication do not
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Editor
Jane Hickey, Esq
Managing Editor
Edward Strickler, Jr., M.A., M.A., M.P.H.
ISSN 1063-9977
@ 2011

Highlights in Volume 30
Alternative Transportation Orders
Effectively Utilized Throughout Virginia for
Individuals Subject to ECOs and TDOs -
Issue 1
Use of Mandatory Outpatient Treatment in
Virginia: A Preliminary Report of the First
Two Years - Issue 2
Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice
Transformation- Update and Review of
Three Key Initiatives: Cross Systems
Mapping, Crisis Intervention Teams and
Jail Diversion - Issue 3
US Supreme Court Allows Virginia Office
for Protection and Advocacy (VOPA) to
Sue Virginia Department of Behavioral
Health and Developmental Services
(DBHDS) - Issue 4
Reducing Mental Health Civil
Commitments through Longer Temporary
Detention Periods - Issue 5
Legislative Proposals of Virginia's Mental
Health Law Reform Commission -
Issue 6

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