Join the New York University School of Law Policing Project’s Reimagining Public Safety initiative and the Georgetown Law Center for Innovations in Community Safety for a webinar on the growing field of alternative first response and how to hire and retain for this crucial role.
Focusing on Responders: Recruitment, Training, and Wellness will examine the workforce of alternative responder programs.
The webinar will be hosted by the Policing Project’s Public Safety Innovations Manager Evan Douglas and will feature a panel of public safety experts and practitioners, including Chyna Quarker, Director of Community Response Services at Policing Alternatives and Diversion Initiative (PAD); Daniel Gerard, EMS Coordinator for the Alameda Fire Department; Jasmine Desiderio, Deputy Director of Albuquerque Community Safety Policy and Administration; and Jason Lerner, Senior Director for 911 and Emergency Response at Health Lab at University of Chicago Urban Labs.
Chyna Quarker, Director of Community Response Services at Policing Alternatives and Diversion Initiative (PAD)
Daniel R. Gerard, EMS Coordinator for the Alameda Fire Department
Jasmine Desiderio, Deputy Director of Albuquerque Community Safety Policy and Administration
Jason Lerner, Senior Director at the University of Chicago’s Health Lab
Host: Evan Douglas, Public Safety Innovations Manager at the Policing Project at NYU Law
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