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Denver , CO

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Denver , CO

1555 California St. Suite 300

Denver, Colorado,80202

United States

Company Description

The agency of Human Rights & Community Partnerships is the umbrella agency for eight distinct offices that envision a unified city where capacities and partnerships have been built and leaders from city governments and all corners of our community are empowere...more

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Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons: Who We Are

www.fohvamp.org [cached]

Scott Snow, Denver Police Department


www.cbhc.org

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.


The Power Hour News SEPTEMBER 2011

www.thepowerhour.com [cached]

"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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Scott M. Snow
Director, Victim Assistance Unit Denver Police Department


www.coloradocoalition.org

Presented by Scott Snow, Director, Victim Assistance Unit, Denver Police Department


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