Check Out this Overview of the Law Enforcement-Mental Health Learning Site Program

This month, the Bureau of Justice Assistance released a brief on the Law Enforcement-Mental Health Learning Site program developed by the Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center that offers national resources to law enforcement and behavioral health agencies seeking to tailor response models and implementation strategies to their individual community’s needs. Comprising sheriffs’ offices, metropolitan police departments, rural justice and mental health coalitions, and university police departments, the fourteen learning sites deliver customized training and technical assistance to local agencies on how to improve community responses to the development and implementation of local programming. The brief shares additional information on the program’s features, a link to access more resources, as well as a list of the fourteen learning sites and their individual services.

View the brief to learn more.