Grampian Police document for police officer. The purpose of this booklet is to provide officers with background information on the most common mental illnesses, and the associated behaviour traits a missing person suffering from one of these conditions is likely to display. The booklet
contains chapters on the following mental conditions: depression; suicide; dementia; psychosis / schizophrenia; bipolar disorder (manic depressives); attention deficiency disorder (ADD). You will need to register but the booklet is free to download.
The first report of the ScotSID was published on 20th December 2011.
It is based on routine National Records of Scotland data relating to general and psychiatric hospital admissions, outpatient attendances, obstetric care and treatment for drug misuse.
Project surveyed research specialists and other relevant experts to scope out the territory for a series of reviews to co-ordinate the evidence base on suicide and suicidal behaviour.
Published in 2004, this project surveyed research specialists and other relevant experts to scope out the territory for a series of reviews to co-ordinate the evidence base on suicide and suicidal behaviour.
This booklet is for people who self harm. Created in 2009, it may also be help family, friends and professionals to understand some of the reasons why people harm themselves. It provides information about self-harm and suggests sources of further help.