The IACP recognizes that implementation strategies will vary across agencies. Local discretion should be utilized regarding any associated funding and/or training costs.
The views expressed herein are solely and exclusively those of the IACP and the advisory group. They do not necessarily represent the views of the agencies or employers for which the members of the advisory group work.
While the One Mind Campaign names and discusses several providers of various types of services, the IACP does not endorse any particular vendor or supplier in preference to any others. Before engaging any particular vendor or provider, therefore, each agency should carefully research it, consider alternatives, and make its own independent decision as to whether to engage (or not engage) any particular vendor or supplier.
While the IACP believes that implementation of the suggestions, recommendations and programs discussed in this report will lead to better outcomes in police interactions with persons affected by mental illness, no course of action can insure or guarantee any specific outcome. It is therefore the individual decision of each agency whether to implement any or all of the suggestions and recommendations made in this report – which are purely advisory and non-binding – and if so, how to implement them. It is not the purpose or intent of this report to state, suggest or imply that failure to adopt or implement any of its suggestions or recommendations constitutes negligence on the part of any agency.