Anne Arundel Community College is hosting the Third Annual Crime, Violence, and Mental Illness Conference in Arnold, Maryland. Sessions will include:

  • A Crisis in America: Addressing Mental Illness
  • Prioritizing Resources: Guns, Violence, and Mental Health Services
  • Drugs, Violence, and Mental Illness, Part 1—Black Tar: Heroin in America
  • Trauma-Informed Policing: A 21st-Century Approach
  • Police Encounters and Mental Health: Anatomy of the Korryn Gaines Case
  • Erasing the Stigma of Mental Illness
  • Mental Illness and the Active Shooter: Protecting People and Public Places
  • Drugs, Violence, and Mental Illness, Part 2—Fentanyl: The New High and Low
  • Mental Illness Behind the Wall: Dissecting the 2015 Scandal at the Baltimore City Detention Center
  • Neighborhoods, Communities, and Mental Illness
  • Protecting Children: Child Exploitation and Mental Illness
  • Developing Effective Collaboration/Partnerships Between Local Law Enforcement and Behavioral Health

For more information, please visit contact Megan Stakolosa at 410-777-7387 or register here.