Review of homicides by people with recent contact with NHS Scotland mental health and learning disability services
In 2015, the Minister for Sport, Health Improvement and Mental Health, asked the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland to review how homicides, by people who are users of mental health or learning disability services, are investigated.
A final report was submitted by the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland in November 2016. The report proposes building on the existing systems of review of investigations undertaken by both Healthcare Improvement Scotland and the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland.
The consultation seeks views on that proposal.
The response to this consultation has now been submitted. Please contact the Consultation Response Team ([email protected]) if you have any related queries.