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International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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Research Article

Lessons Learn by Peace Officers Working In Mental Health Collaboratives

D’Andre Lampkin

National University, USA

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E-mail: [email protected]


The purpose of this research project is the introduce readers to the experiences of peace officers assigned to field teams that investigate incidents involving mental illness and the lessons learned throughout the evaluation process. This paper also endeavors to expose readers to how law enforcement agencies across the United States are addressing mental illness and improving response to incidents involving subjects with mental illnesses. Also included are highlights focused on training and the collaborations taking place between mental health professionals and law enforcement agencies wanting to combine judicial supervision with community based mental health treatment.