Full Text Journal Articles by
Author S Kilcommins

Advertisement

Find full text journal articles








What is the role of doctors in respect of suspects with mental health and intellectual disabilities in police custody?

G Gulati, B D Kelly, W Cullen, S Kukaswadia, A Cusack, S Kilcommins, C P Dunne,

People with severe mental illness and intellectual disabilities are overrepresented in the criminal justice system worldwide and this is also the case in Ireland. Following Ireland's ratification of the United Nations' Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities in 2018, there has been an increasing emphasis on ensuring access ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2021, :1-6]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Challenges for people with intellectual disabilities in law enforcement interactions in Ireland; thematic analysis informed by 1537 person-years' experience.

Gautam Gulati, Alan Cusack, John Bogue, Anne O'Connor, Valerie Murphy, Darius Whelan, Walter Cullen, Cliona McGovern, Brendan D Kelly, Elizabeth Fistein, Shane Kilcommins, Colum P Dunne,

<h4>Background</h4>People with intellectual disabilities (PWID) are over-represented in criminal justice systems globally. This over-representation reveals itself at once in the demographic make-up of prison populations, as well as those detained in police settings as suspects of crime. While it is well-established in international literature that individuals who find themselves in ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2021, 75:101683]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Advertisement

Experiences of people with intellectual disabilities encountering law enforcement officials as the suspects of crime - A narrative systematic review.

Gautam Gulati, Alan Cusack, Brendan D Kelly, Shane Kilcommins, Colum P Dunne,

It is well established internationally that there is a high prevalence of intellectual disability (ID) among people in police custody. Some people with ID may face particular challenges in negotiating the forensic formalities adopted by police at the pre-trial stage of the criminal process. These challenges need to be acknowledged ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2020, 71:101609]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



The experience of law enforcement officers interfacing with suspects who have an intellectual disability - A systematic review.

Gautam Gulati, Brendan D Kelly, Alan Cusack, Shane Kilcommins, Colum P Dunne,

There is a high prevalence of people with intellectual disability (ID) among those in police custody. Consequently, law enforcement officers (LEOs) at the frontline of the criminal justice system are commonly required to interact with people who have ID. Notwithstanding the frequency of these interactions, research indicates that police exchanges ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2020, 72:101614]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Intellectual disabilities in Irish prisons: Could Article 13 of the UNCRPD hold the key?

Gautam Gulati, Alan Cusack, Shane Kilcommins, Colum P Dunne,

The prevalence of intellectual disabilities amongst adult prisoners in Ireland is higher than international estimates. There is little evidence that the development of diversion services has impacted such prevalence. The authors argue that Ireland's ratification of the UNCRPD presents a timely opportunity to address this problem through an awareness programme ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2020, 68:101540]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>





Advertisement

Disclaimer
0.5626 s