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Ep. 3: Dr. Sarah Abbott, Melissa Duarte, and Chief Craig Davis discuss the Co-Response Jail Diversion Model. Political Intercourse with Ryan Bloxham

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Sarah Abbott, Ph.D. LSW is the Jail Diversion Program Director at Advocates and is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Lasell University. Dr. Abbott is also the co-founder of the Co-Response Jail Diversion Model at Advocates - where mental health clinicians train and work alongside police officers to help respond to crises and help determine appropriate outcomes.



Melissa Duarte, MSW is a Jail Diversion clinician at Advocates, and is currently working in the Watertown, MA police department.



Chief Craig Davis, MA is the co-founder of the Co-Response Model, the former Deputy Chief of Police in Framingham, MA,  the former Chief of Police in Ashland, MA, and is the current Chief of Campus Police for a private college in the greater Boston area.

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To learn more about the Co-Response Jail Diversion Model, please visit the following website: https://www.advocates.org/services/jail-diversion.



To learn more about Advocates, an organization that champions people who face developmental, mental health, or other life challenges, please visit the following website: https://www.advocates.org/.



Co-Response Fact Sheet: https://www.advocates.org/sites/default/files/advocates_jdp_fact_sheet_2020_0.pdf



Police Culture Change Fact Sheet: https://www.advocates.org/sites/default/files/advocatesjdp-policeculture_2020.pdf




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Sarah Abbott, Ph.D. LSW is the Jail Diversion Program Director at Advocates and is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Lasell University. Dr. Abbott is also the co-founder of the Co-Response Jail Diversion Model at Advocates - where mental health clinicians train and work alongside police officers to help respond to crises and help determine appropriate outcomes.



Melissa Duarte, MSW is a Jail Diversion clinician at Advocates, and is currently working in the Watertown, MA police department.



Chief Craig Davis, MA is the co-founder of the Co-Response Model, the former Deputy Chief of Police in Framingham, MA,  the former Chief of Police in Ashland, MA, and is the current Chief of Campus Police for a private college in the greater Boston area.

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To learn more about the Co-Response Jail Diversion Model, please visit the following website: https://www.advocates.org/services/jail-diversion.



To learn more about Advocates, an organization that champions people who face developmental, mental health, or other life challenges, please visit the following website: https://www.advocates.org/.



Co-Response Fact Sheet: https://www.advocates.org/sites/default/files/advocates_jdp_fact_sheet_2020_0.pdf



Police Culture Change Fact Sheet: https://www.advocates.org/sites/default/files/advocatesjdp-policeculture_2020.pdf




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This episode is sponsored by
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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/political-intercourse/support

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