There has been little research into the interaction between fraud offences and mental health. Fraud is perpetrated on a massive scale and a number of offenders will have psychiatric pathology either as a primary driver of the offence or as an associated phenomenon that will require psychiatric care and treatment. This article reviews the broad range of psychiatric conditions that have been associated with fraud offending, comments on management and discusses methods of psychiatric assessment in fraud offences.
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