Julie Anderson

Fellow’s Profile

Julie Anderson

Fellow’s Profile

Julie Anderson

Suicide and self-harm prevention within custody in Northern Ireland

Fellowship

Focus

Building new approaches to suicide and self-harm prevention for individuals in custody

Fellowship year

2020

Locality

Northern Ireland

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Biography

I'm the Head of Prisoner Wellbeing for the Northern Ireland Prison Service. I'm passionate about providing a person-centred approach and building on the changes we have made in supporting people in custody who are at risk of suicide and self-harm. My Fellowship is about continuing to evolve our approach and learning from others to enhance the support we offer, leading to fewer people self-harming in custody. My knowledge gained from visiting areas in Europe and Canada will facilitate enhanced options and support for the people in our care.

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