Chat with us, powered by LiveChat Roger Brown is a 30-year-old black male arrested for ?aggravated assault. Roger was originally placed on 5 years’ probation ?for possession of crack cocaine in January 2022. ?Roger has a hi - Essayabode

 

 Roger Brown

                                                                                                                 Case Study

Roger Brown is a 30-year-old black male arrested for  aggravated assault. Roger was originally placed on 5 years’ probation  for possession of crack cocaine in January 2022.  Roger has a history of  mental health disorders and has been on the mental health probation  case load previously. Roger has a long history of being on and off his  psychotropic medication. Roger was off his medication during the last  incident when he was arrested. Roger is currently on a high level of  supervision reporting twice monthly to probation officials. Roger has  been reporting as instructed and available for home visits, as required.  

Roger was hanging out at a local convenience store when he  got into a verbal argument with another male at the store.  The subject  of the argument is unknown to officials at this time. The store owner  came out and asked both men to leave the premises. Roger refused and  began to argue with the store owner, as well.   Roger became combative  and  struck the store owner with his backpack. The owner fell, hit his  head on a concrete, and suffered a head injury requiring 25 stitches.     Roger ran away from the scene.  Roger was arrested a week later by  police at his probation appointment. 

Roger is currently employed as a construction worker  (11  months) and living at home with his mother. Roger's mother is currently  unemployed.  Roger's mother reports he does well at home and does not  give her any problems. She reports he pays most of the bills for there  household.  However, the neighbors report there are often loud arguments  and the smell of marijuana coming from the backyard.

Roger does not have a GED or HS diploma. Roger did complete a  city sponsored program that helped him get the job in construction.   Roger's boss reports Roger is a good employee and has not missed a day  of work. Roger is married but is currently separated from his wife and  child at this time. Roger is also non-compliant with a child support  order and in arrears for 6,000 dollars. Roger has had no contact with  his wife or child.

Roger did test positive for THC and trace amounts of PCP when  given a drug test at the probation department. This will be his first  time testing positive for drugs. Roger has been going to see his MH  counselor and psychiatrist but has been dishonest about taking his  required medications. Rogers’s labs report he has not taken his meds in  quite some time.

 What is your plan of action for Roger? You need to be detailed and address the specific issues outlined in his case.

You do not have to address the specific law violations for this case study.

Use Chapter 6  as a resource for your plan for Roger. 

Please fully explain your logic. 

500-600 words

7th Edition APA format