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Task Force 2.0 - General Meeting (2nd Friday each month) - Shared screen with speaker view
David Baker
19:48
https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/prosecutor/criminal-overview/CourtData.aspx
Clay Mosher
32:32
very impressive, and I applaud the KCPAO on their transparency
Sahar Fathi (she/her)
40:03
Is there a way to see a side by side? victims next to defendants?
Sahar Fathi (she/her)
40:49
that's helpful, thanks
Clay Mosher
41:06
and presumably the cases are not linked
Clay Mosher
41:49
thanks Bob, that's correct
Mo Hamoudi
42:59
How does the KCPAO use the existing data internally for training purposes or otherwise (if that can be shared)?
Alexes Harris
43:29
What would be your recommendation to moving forward with reliable and consistent data across the state? Do you think the state leg could and/or should mandate this?
Adrienne Wat
43:43
It's great the PAO has this available. Are there plans to have District Court data available too?
Alexes Harris
43:54
Maybe this could be a recommendation in our final report
Clay Mosher
45:51
the clark county juvenile court collects race/ethnicity data (self-identified) from youth who are referred. I think this may also be true of other juvenile courts in the state
Averil Rothrock (she/her)
46:29
and all have their own definitions for the data points. Statewide definitions would help.
Mo Hamoudi
46:53
Thank you David and Christina for the presentation.
Alexes Harris
57:33
A great research book on this topic by Carla Shedd https://www.russellsage.org/publications/unequal-city
Sally
01:07:21
Indivisible Washington’s Town Hall series is holding a panel discussion on Tue May 4: @ 7:00 pm Crisis Response Models: Moving beyond police response to behavioral/mental health crisesFacebook Event info: https://www.facebook.com/events/294147962080260Direct link to register https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYlcuisrD8tEtSTB8z_pSaCMlMheZi2X-PMPanelists:Tim Black, Director Consulting White Bird Clinic, Eugene, OR. Currently focused on assisting communities & municipalities in development & implementation of programs based on CAHOOTS model of behavioral health first response service.Dr. Amy Watson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Social Welfare. Worked extensively on issues involving persons with serious mental illnesses who come in contact with the criminal justice system. During the past two decades, her research has focused on police encounters with persons with mental illnessState Senator Manka Dhingra (LD45), Senior Deputy King County Prosecuting Attorney, mental health expert
Clay Mosher
01:19:19
thanks, great presentations everyone