A pilot study to support veterans in the criminal justice system

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Fossey, Matt; Cooper, Linda; Godier-McBard, Lauren R.; Cooper, Alex;
  • Publisher: Forces in Mind Trust

Project Nova is a pilot model in Norfolk and Suffolk of an intervention, to reach veterans at the\ud earliest point of contact following their arrest. This evaluation of Project Nova provides an insight\ud into the needs of veteran offenders at an early stage in the cri... View more
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