Experts Offer Safety Recommendations For Maryland Psychiatric Hospital

The Baltimore Sun (1/13, Cohn) reports, “A pair of expert consultants and leading officials from Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center told a state legislative panel Thursday what steps they think are necessary to make the facility safe after three patients were killed in 14 months and three other patients were charged in their deaths.”

The experts’ “recommendations for improving safety at the state’s maximum security psychiatric facility included hiring 28 more workers, improving communications among labor and management, and increasing training and security-related technology.”

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