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Former psychiatric nurse who worked in Cabarrus and Union County for the Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT). We were underfunded and yet did our best to protect those from vulnerable communities with mental health needs. Our clients often found that law enforcement providing mental health transportation as adding to their trauma. https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ncdhhs.gov%2Fdivisions%2Fmhddsas%2Fadultmentalhealth%2Fact%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR1Q33aQVPBi2_fQrvNfN4Z1JZmXyhOv07WkMhl3lelnwyOXv8i4HnyEMpQ&h=AT1gfh1kufOKlxdEeVr-qm_2G8sDrqPL5ix-dKocVSKw3AaVM0PnTmsilm8LhX8R1ZGo7DaRIRJpOZ44-h0dpHxH4HU7T9JOOSBJT4pracpXIM6WrRO-jVB84tUWUQBKkWiFHYw43lPXtjGisA0
Thank you for including the mental health perspective.
Mental illness was a frequent example of where current policing can go wrong. The Orange County Sheriff's office has a database of citizens with mental or physical issues that require a different physical approach called "Josh’s Hope and Life Track". Do we know if it is still being used for 911 calls, how it is used and if other departments in the area have access to its information?
Thanks to all who hosted this event!
Good question Ken. Also, the number of officers who are trained in CIT
Thank you all for your participation and sharing your thoughts.
thank you all for your service!
Great discussion tanks for hosting!
Thank you! This was a wonderful opportunity to be in conversation around this important issue
Thank you for a great conversation -your voices are vital
This was great - thanks. Would love to see community discussions as a recurring event.
Thank for very much for organizing the meeting!
Thanks for hosting this important conversation.
Thanks for the opportunity and for excellent facilitation!
can you distribute the hosts and notes?
Excellent opportunity. Thanks to the hosts.
Ellis Driver (they/them)