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Suicide Assessment Manual for Inmates : SAMI
Patricia A. Zapf
MHLPI / Spiral Bound / 2006-01-01 / 0864912889
Forensic / Suicide
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The Suicide Assessment Manual for Inmates (SAMI) is an assessment guide and rating scale that provides a framework of important variables to assess in evaluating an incarcerated individual's risk for suicide. It was developed to provide structure to assessments of suicide risk for individuals who are detained in pretrial facilities. The SAMI consists of a checklist of 20 risk factors that were identified through a review of the literature on suicide, in general, as well as suicide in jails and prisons. The purpose of this instrument is to guide evaluators through relevant, important information and risk factors that should be assessed to determine an inmate's risk for suicide while in detention.

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