Driskill Digest
The Future of Policing in Columbus
Crisis Intervention - Part 2
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Crisis Intervention - Part 2

Marian Stuckey, LISW, is the section chief for Neighborhood Social Services at Columbus Public Health Department.  In the last year, she has taken the reins on the mental health crisis response programs that were previously run by the Columbus Division of Police.  But the police are still heavily involved in the responses, which distresses Kevin Truitt, the Legal Advocacy Director at Disability Rights Ohio.  Last year, Kevin got us started in Episode 1 of Crisis Intervention and still has many of the same concerns.  Marian explains how the process is working currently and how she hopes to expand it in the coming months.

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Driskill Digest

The Future of Policing in Columbus

City leaders in Columbus are trying out new solutions for Columbus' policing problems. But will they work to make our community safer? We're taking a deep-dive inside the world of policing to look for data, research and solutions to the problems of policing rooted in our city. Together, we'll sort through the calls for defunding, abolition and other reforms to see what is possible and what is already happening. Have an episode topic or interview suggestion? Email futureofpolicingpod@matternews.org with your ideas! Support this podcast: <a href="https://anchor.fm/future-columbus-policing/support" rel="payment">https://anchor.fm/future-columbus-policing/support</a>

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