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The Dangerous Mentally Ill Offender Program: Cost Effectiveness 2.5 Years After Participants' Prison Release

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Jim Mayfield - January 2007

Washington State's Dangerous Mentally Ill Offender (DMIO) program, enabled by the 1999 Legislature, identifies mentally ill prisoners who pose a threat to public safety and provides them services and treatment up to five years after their release from prison.

WSIPP and the Washington Institute for Mental Illness Research and Training were directed by the legislature to evaluate the program.

Report ID: 07-01-1902

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