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Public Meeting Notice Community Policing and Behavioral Health Advisory Council (CPBHAC) Meeting

Monday, November 18, 2019
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Posted: November 14, 2019 11:09 a.m.
  • Last Updated: November 14, 2019 11:45 a.m.

Address

McCormack Building, One Ashburton Place, 21st floor, Boston, MA 02108
This meeting is open to the public.

Contact for Community Policing and Behavioral Health Advisory Council (CPBHAC) Meeting

Executive Office of Public Safety and Security

Address

1 Ashburton Place, Suite 2133, Boston, MA 02108

Executive Office of Health and Human Services

Address

1 Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108

Overview of Community Policing and Behavioral Health Advisory Council (CPBHAC) Meeting

The Community Policing and Behavioral Health Advisory Council (CPBHAC) will meet on November 18, 2019 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at One Ashburton Place, 21st Floor, Conference Room 2, Boston, MA 02108.

Agenda

1. Welcome

2. Introductions  of CPBHAC Members

3. Review of Minutes of the June 24,2019 and October 7, 2019 Meetings

4. Update on administrative capacity for The Center for Police Training in Crisis Intervention (The Center) within Department of Mental Health: Matt Broderick

5. MPTC Curriculum:  DMH to review and provide comments regarding behavioral health topics: Matt Broderick and Robert Ferullo 

  • Opportunities for increased collaboration between MPTC & DMH, and increased training on behavioral health topics
  • How to obtain input from CPBHAC Members
  • How to obtain input from Police Chiefs 

6. MPTC data base of police trainings: ensuring that all behavioral health trainings taken by officers throughout the Commonwealth are recorded: Robert Ferullo and Shelia Gallagher

  • System would provide means of determining extent of training received by officer, by department
  • System would serve as means of assessing required training among officers and departments

7. Direction and goals for FY 2020 and beyond: council members

  • Establishing recommendations regarding behavioral health training goals for law enforcement entities
    • Training models
      • Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)
      •  Crisis Intervention (CIT)
      • Other
    • Personnel category/rank; % of personnel trained
      • Patrolmen
      • Supervisors
      • Superior Officers
      • Dispatch
      • Other
    • Timeframe by which training is accomplished
    • One Mind Pledge by Police Chiefs
  • Resources required to implement recommendations
    • FY 2020
    • FY 2021 and beyond
  • Reports from The Center
    • To the CPBHAC
      • Type
      • Frequency
  • Community behavioral health resources
    • EOHHS Ambulatory Behavioral Healthcare Initiative
      •  Listening sessions
      • RFI
    • The Hub Model
    • Middlesex County Restoration Center initiative

 8. Scheduled meetings

  • Monday, December 16th 1 to 3

9. Proposed meetings: first half of 2020

  • Monday. January 27th  1 to 3
  • Monday, February 24th  1 to 3
  • Monday, March 23rd  1 to 3
  • Monday, April 27th  1 to 3
  • Monday, May 18th    1 to 3
  • Monday, June 22nd  1 to 3

 

Other Business not anticipated by co-chairs

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