#9 “How can we do better?” Clackamas County Jail’s Intentional Approach to Suicide Prevention (Part 1 of 2)
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Captain Lee Eby, Clackamas County Jail Commander; and Galli Murray, Clackamas County Health, Housing, and Human Services Suicide Prevention Coordinator discuss:
- Collaborative mapping of the incarceration process and data collection to uncover opportunities for improvements to the system;
- Common myths about suicide;
- The impact of suicide on fellow Adult In Custody (AIC) and the staff, as well as to the loved ones of the person who died;
- Normalizing talking about suicide; and
- An improved screening process for suicide.
Join us next time for Part 2 of our conversation, as we talk about more improvements to Clackamas County’s Program.
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Links to topics in this podcast:
Brief Jail Mental Health Screen https://www.prainc.com/?product=brief-jail-mental-health-screen
Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) https://cssrs.columbia.edu/the-columbia-scale-c-ssrs/about-the-scale/
Taylor v Barkes https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/14-939