Build fences, tell the cops if patients escape: Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health accepts new recommendations


Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is agreeing to all 12 recommendations by an external panel in order to reduce the risk of violent offenders simply walking away from the facility — something that has been occurring all too frequently in recent months.

But a key question remains unanswered: is the prime directive of CAMH to facilitate the safe return of its violent patients — or is it public safety?


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