Vulnerable witnesses

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Vulnerable witnesses. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Ms Royles in TILSTONE FEARNALL
Knowledge and expertise of domestic abuse at practitioner, managerial, strategic and academic levels over 30 years in a variety of remits (police: police officer, domestic abuse officer, sexual offences officer, family liaison officer; Women's Aid, Relate, community safety, perpetrator programmes, psychotherapist, trainer, media expert, author) • Expert witness reports for tribunals, homicide reviews, courts (civil, family, criminal, immigration), and private prosecutions via clients or professionals....
Dr Bains in THATCHAM
I am a trained psychiatrist and have a masters in mental health law. I work as a forensic psychiatrist and have expertise and experience of providing evidence in legal proceedings to courts. I have specialist expertise in learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. I have provided second opinion reports for Mental Health Review Tribunals. I am able to provide psychiatric reports and advice on matters such as fitness to plead.
Mr Hughes in ST HELENS
Children • Adults • Intellectual ability • Functional skills • Literacy • Communication • Police interview • Need for Appropriate Adult • Understanding of Interview Caution • Understanding of documents & forms • Readability of documents • Fitness to plead • Capacity to instruct/participate • Special Measures in Court • Need for Intermediary • Vulnerable witness • Suggestibility • Compliance • Learning difficulty • Disability • Specific learning difficulties • Dyslexia • Dyspraxia • ADHD • Attention difficulties • Hyperactivity • Autism • Asperger...
Ms Smales in LONDON
Adults • Mental health, including schizophrenia, personality disorder, bipolar, depression, anxiety, dementia and mild to moderate learning disabilities • Forensic mental health and risk • Best Interest decisions • Section 117 aftercare and eligibility criteria • Care Act assessments • Deprivation of liberty safeguards and Best Interest decisions • Mental capacity decisions • Forensic risk analysis, including completion of HCR20s • Mental Health Review Tribunals • Social work holistic needs assessments • Health and...

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