Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops - Rural, Tribal and Frontier Arizona Screening, Award Winning Film
Join us for a screening and panel of experts to explore this film about serving community members in crisis.
About this event
HBO's Emmy award-winning documentary, ERNIE & JOE: CRISIS COPS is an intimate portrait of two Texas police officers who are helping change the way police respond to mental health calls. The film takes audiences on a personal journey, weaving together Ernie and Joe’s experiences during their daily encounters with people in crisis. These two officers are not your everyday cops. They are part of the San Antonio Police Department’s Mental Health Unit.
Arizona screenings of Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops have been made possible by support from: Vitalyst Health Foundation, The David and Lura Lovell Foundation, and The NARBHA Institute.
Upon registration, you will receive a reserved virtual seat! You'll also receive a link to view the entire film (available to watch during the week of your scheduled screening).
During the virtual screening we will view a condensed version of the film, followed by a panel discussion with Ernie Stevens from the film as well as local voices representing Arizona first responder agencies, behavioral health services, and those with direct experience with Arizona's crisis response system.
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