Segments – Conference 2022

We’re re-editing Ebony Morgan’s keynote talk as of 3/23/2022 and expect to have the segment on this page by April 1.

Austin City Councilor Ann Kitchen on a Public Safety Response to Mental Health Crises:The AustinCARES Program

Dominique Jones MA, LMFT on Mobile Mental Health Crisis Services in Minnesota

Ken “Khensu” Carter, MD, LAc – NADA style approach and procedure: ear acupressure leads the way in complementing self and population-based care

Taleed El-Sabawi, PhD, JD on a Model Statute for Non-Police Behavioral Health Crisis Response Teams

Kaia Sand of Street Roots – Re-imagining Public Safety: Portland Street Response

Eric Rafla-Yuan, MD on Psychiatric Emergency Response: Shifting from Threat Control to Treatment

KEYNOTE + Q&A – Moki Macias on Communities, Crises, and Carceral Logic

Denver police chief Paul Pazen with a law enforcement perspective on non-police mobile services

Carleigh Sailon introduces Denver’s STAR Program

Mariela Ruiz Angel explains the Albuquerque Community Safety Department

Amy Watson, PhD – If not police, who should respond? And what skills do they need?

Ashley Krider on Unbundling Police Funding and Building the Right Response

Jackson Beck and Jason Tan de Bibiana on Race, Equity, and Behavioral Health Crisis Alternatives: Strategies for the Shift from Police to Community Responses

David Harris – Developing Non-Police Alternative Programs for Non-Emergency 911-Calls