The city of Chicago on Tuesday announced the launch of two new programs aimed at supporting police mental health and well-being. This follows the city’s completion of a 90-day public safety reform initiative started back in June.
Reset brings on a mental health expert who served on the city’s Police Accountability Task Force and a former officer who now advises the UChicago Crime Lab.
GUESTS: Alexa James, executive director at the National Alliance on Mental Illness Chicago (NAMI)
Sandy Jo MacArthur, retired assistant chief for the Los Angeles Police Department; advisor on officer mental health and well-being for the University of Chicago Crime Lab