Duty of care

In the second part of our series on mental health in the criminal justice system, Mike Wesley-Smith examines the conditions people with mental illness face in police custody and court.

The New Beginnings court is an exception to the norm because it only sits for one half-day a month and only in Auckland. A similar court is being run out of Wellington as well.

Made in association with the Mental Health Foundation. This is part two; watch parts one and three online.

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