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Bureau of Prisons: Timelier Reviews, Plan for Evaluations, and Updated Policies Could Improve Inmate Mental Health Services Oversight
David C. Maurer (au); Debra A. Draper (au)
The Bureau of Prisons (BOP) is responsible for the care and custody -- including mental health care -- of more than 219,600 federal inmates. BOP identifies and treats inmatesäó» mental health disorders, and has procedures in place to assess the provision of mental health services in its 119 facilities, and 15 private prisons operating under contract. This report provides information on BOPäó»s costs and oversight of inmate mental health services. It addresses: (1) BOPäó»s costs to provide these services; (2) the extent to which BOP assesses whether its institutions comply with BOP policies for providing services; and (3) the extent to which BOP tracks the costs of providing mental health services to inmates in contract facilities, and assesses compliance with contract requirements. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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