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Scott M. Snow

Director of the Victim Assistance Unit

Denver Police Department

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Homicide Victims and Missing Persons Inc

Advisory Board Member


Families

Advisory Board Member


nation's first law enforcement !based Cold Case Victim Program

Founder


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DNA Training Faculty

victimsofcrime.org [cached]

Scott Snow
Scott Snow Scott M. Snow is the director of the Victim Assistance Unit of the Denver Police Department (DPD), which provides on-scene crisis intervention and assistance to victims and witnesses 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. During his 17 years with the DPD, Mr. Snow developed a number of innovative programs and services designed to enhance the department's continued commitment to providing relevant and effective services to victims of crime. In 2005, Mr. Snow, along with the DPD's emerging Cold Case Unit, established the nation's first law enforcement-based Cold Case Victim Program. This program has become a model for law enforcement agencies across the country. Mr. Snow has conducted state-wide and national trainings focusing on the development of cold case victim services and has provided state-wide, national and international workshops related to multiple aspects of victim services, program creation, and implementation.


Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons: Who We Are

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Scott Snow, Denver Police Department


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The teams will respond to 911 calls involving suspected mental health issues - "whether it's a naked guy in a parking lot with a samurai sword or someone making suicidal statements," said Scott Snow, director of the crisis services division at the Denver Police Department.
In recent years, police across the country have increasingly been called to handle situations involving mental illness with little training, he said. "They are not clinicians. At the end of the day, they are cops," Snow said. Colorado law allows an officer to place someone on an involuntary mental health hold only if the person is in imminent danger of hurting themselves or someone else, or is gravely disabled. Jail is the only other option in many cases, Snow said.


victimsofcrime.org

Scott Snow, Director, and Sarah Chaikin, Cold Case Coordinator, Denver Police Department Victim Assistance Unit speak about emerging promising practices regarding interaction and service provision for cold case victims, co-victims, and their families, as established in the Victim Assistance Unit of the Denver Police Department (DPD).


The Power Hour News SEPTEMBER 2011

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"In terms of the drill or even real events, the goal is to get everybody here to reunify with their parents," Scott Snow, director of the Victims Assistance Unit of the Denver Police, told Infowars.com.


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