Aims and method Street triage services are increasingly common and part of standard responses to mental health crises in the community, but little is understood about them. We conducted a national survey of mental health trusts to gather detailed information regarding street triage services alongside a survey of Thames Valley police officers to ascertain their views and experiences. Results Triage services are available in most areas of the country and are g... Expand abstract
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Street triage services in England: service models, national provision and the opinions of police
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