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(p. 363) Preventing Assassination: Psychiatric Consultation to the United States Secret Service 

(p. 363) Preventing Assassination: Psychiatric Consultation to the United States Secret Service
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(p. 363) Preventing Assassination: Psychiatric Consultation to the United States Secret Service
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Robert T. M. Phillips

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195326383.003.0016
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date: 21 October 2018

This chapter discusses the prevention of assassination and psychiatric consultation to the United States Secret Service, including their investigative and protective missions, protective intelligence and threat assessment, mental health liaison program, clinical consultation to Secret Service threat assessments, and case studies.

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