the Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) is a joint police/mental health unit set up in October 2006 by the Home Office, the Department of Health and Metropolitan Police Service to assess and manage the risk to politicians, members of the British Royal Family, and other public figures from obsessive individuals.
Family and Friends' Support Network is for people with a relative or friend under the care of the North London Forensic Service, either in the community or in any of the inpatient facilities.
We offer a range of preventative solutions as well as assessment, treatment, CPA care co-ordination and supervision to mentally disordered offenders.
The Forensic Learning Disability Service provides specialist forensic assessment and treatment of forensic patients who have a learning disability.
The Forensic Low Secure service provides assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of patients.
We offer services to those with mental health issues who require assessment and/or treatment in conditions of security and who may have come into contact with the Criminal Justice System.
We provide aftercare for restricted patients who have been discharged from inpatient secure services, facilitating their transition to the community.