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9-8-8 Promotion, Awareness and Education, and Accessibility Workgroup Monthly Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Cody Hickman (he/him/his)
13:14
Cody Hickman, HCPF
Kristy Jordan
13:15
Kristy Jordan, Signal
Maria Livingston - CDHS
13:19
Maria Livingston, OBH, CDHS
Mary Hoefler
13:22
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Mary Hoefler
13:23
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Elizabeth Richards
13:26
Elizabeth Richards-Beacon Health Options
Kelly Bowman
13:27
Kelly Bowman, Health Colorado
Chris Harms
13:31
Hi Everyone! Chris Harms, Colorado School Safety Resource Center, Department of Public Safety.
Mary Hoefler
13:41
OOps. Mary Hoefler. OBH.
Holly Bise (she/her)
13:50
Holly Bise, Colorado Public Utilities Commission
Scott Snow
13:54
Good afternoon everyone. Scott Snow, Director - Crisis Services Bureau, Denver Police Dept.
Lena Heilmann (she/her/hers)
14:13
Lena Heilmann, Office of Suicide Prevention, CDPHE
DrAnthony Young
14:19
Dr Anthony P Young, Denver-Rocky Assn of Black Psychologists
Kate Vinita Fitch
14:56
Kate Fitch, public health researcher w/ lived experience not representing organization
Chris Miller (He/Him/His)
15:21
Chris Miller- OBH
Jess SR She/Her
16:01
Hi there - sorry for being a few minutes late! having some tech issues today. :)
Lena Heilmann (she/her/hers)
40:12
I don't think law enforcement could respond to every S2T alert
Lena Heilmann (she/her/hers)
40:27
That would be way beyond their capacity
Scott Snow
42:06
DPD responds to some S2T but certainly not all. Depends on the nature of the tip / concern and we have a Clinician respond with officers as well
Chris Harms
43:18
I agree as I don't think LE responds every time. But Stacey should be consulted.
Lena Heilmann (she/her/hers)
43:19
https://safe2tell.org/how-it-works
Kelly Bowman
43:56
Thanks for that feedback Scott. It sounds like it's agency specific on how to manage S2T calls, this will be helpful to share with agencies who have stated it's a requirement!
Jess SR She/Her
46:38
I think S2T technology is housed and managed through an LE agency, but that may have changed over time. So not an LE response as in LE arrives on a scene, but the screening is done by LE.
Chris Harms
47:21
Yes, the calls go to the Colorado Information Analysis Center at the Department of Public Safety.
Jess SR She/Her
47:42
To me, that is a law enforcement response.
Jess SR She/Her
47:50
Because LE screens everything
Cody Hickman (he/him/his)
47:57
I concur Mary: a simplified explanation would be helpful for all, from the end user, to providers, and even first responders, I would imagine.
Kristy Jordan
48:38
Great point
Jess SR She/Her
48:42
Whereas a text to our line would only get to LE if it meets standards to break confidentiality
Jess SR She/Her
53:53
The 3 types: co-response (law enforcement response that includes a mental health professional); 911 diversion (diverting 911 calls to mental health providers), and mental health first (completely non-police dispatch)
Laquisha Grant
01:03:39
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nnAnbGXhah_y92z8xsUkdCH3nTvHC63D4-fOT9VB_ds/edit?usp=sharing
Omar Norgaisse
01:35:58
I do have to break for another meeting at 2 PM. Thank you, all!
Maria Livingston - CDHS
01:36:07
Thanks Omar!
Scott Snow
01:37:19
Let me know if I can provide support re: victim services as that's an area I've overseen within DPD for many years. Sorry I have to go to another meeting.
Kate Vinita Fitch
01:37:31
Heading out for another meeting, thanks all