Re-Imagining Mental Health Response by Police

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“We believe in enriching and extending our lives by making friends at our social activities for men and women.” We are one of two SIR clubs statewide inviting women to join us.
We are looking forward to a hot lunch and terrific presentation at our meeting on March 8 at 11:30 A.M. at the Berger Center. All attendees must have completed all vaccinations including a booster. Proof will be asked for so bring your cards.
We are most fortunate in presenting the Santa Rosa Police Captain as our speaker. The title of his presentation is “Re-imagining Mental Health Response in Santa Rosa”. How is it that a Police Captain is an expert on mental health matters? Come and listen and learn. John Cregan has twenty-two years of law enforcement experience and serves as a Police Captain with the Santa Rosa Police Department. Captain Cregan currently manages the Special Services Division which includes the Investigation Bureau, the Professional Standard Team, the Recruitment and Hiring Team, and the Training Team. Captain Cregan serves on the Board of Directors for the National Alliance on Mental Illness and is passionate about creating long term solutions to help police officers better serve those suffering from mental illness in our communities. He is leading the effort to reimagine the City of Santa Rosa’s mental health response model.

Captain Cregan holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration and a master’s degree in Law Enforcement and Public Safety Leadership. Captain Cregan is a recent graduate of the California P.O.S.T. Command College and is currently attending the Leadership Santa Rosa program.
We welcome all visitors who would like to hear our speaker and enjoy a nice lunch to contact travelmanm2c@gmail.com. You will also learn the menu of the lunch. We wish everyone a marvelous St. Patrick’s Day. For information on becoming a member of Seniors in Retirement #92, contact: blefson@gmail.com