This article from The Atlantic discusses how mental health training for law enforcement has saved not only lives, but also taxpayer money. In particular, the author describes the mental health reform enacted in Miami-Dade County and the City of Miami. Read more.
https://www.salutevets.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/accounting-calculator-and-files-1241508-1280x960.jpg 960 1280 Faith Sills http://www.salutevets.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/salute-vets-logo.png Faith Sills2017-08-14 14:27:032023-03-08 23:10:33How Mental-Health Training for Police Can Save Lives—and Taxpayer Dollars – The Atlantic
You might also like
I’m a Vet and I Just Bonded Out on a Misdemeanor Possession Charge. Should I Go to Vet Court? If So, How Can I Get In?
Pensacola Veterans Struggle to Pay for Legal Help in Civil Court Cases, Panel Says – The Pensacola News Journal