Up Front with SBPD: Co-Response Team

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Up Front with SBPD: Co-Response Team
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Source: Santa Barbara Police Department

The Santa Barbara Police Department has just released another episode of “Up Front with SBPD,”  centering around the Santa Barbara Police Department’s Co-Response Team.

This episodes features our Co-response team members, Officer C. Burleigh and clinician Rosa Cepeda, LMFT from Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness. Also featured is Dr. Cherylynn Lee, Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office Behavioral Sciences Manager, who is contracted with the Santa Barbara Police Department’s Crisis Negotiations Response Team as our Police Psychologist for critical incidents.

The series will be posted on City webpages, YouTube, and social media platforms, as well as being played on the City TV Channel (Cox Cable Channel 18).

We encourage community members to reach out to the Police Department with ideas they would like to see covered in future episodes. Please contact Sgt. E. Ragsdale with suggestions. (eragsdale@sbpd.com)

Please visit the Santa Barbara Police Departments social media platforms, or City TV YouTube channel to watch the current episode. Up Front with SBPD: Co Response - YouTube

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a-1648610880 Mar 29, 2022 08:28 PM
Up Front with SBPD: Co-Response Team

Great to see this kind of outreach. I hope these folks consented to being a part of this video. Yes, it's all legal to film people in public without consent, but still.

a-1648740697 Mar 31, 2022 08:31 AM
Up Front with SBPD: Co-Response Team

It is not illegal to film people in public without their consent. It may be illegal to film people without their consent and then use their images to profit. This obviously does not apply to news media and probably not to things such as this which are documentary in form.

a-1648740854 Mar 31, 2022 08:34 AM
Up Front with SBPD: Co-Response Team

Addendum to 8:31 note: A person may file a civil action for such exposure claiming a tort such as intentional infliction of emotional distress, etc. Damages would have to be proven.

KarmaSB Mar 31, 2022 09:28 AM
Up Front with SBPD: Co-Response Team

this is about a task force sent out to help those in need of help that can't, on their own terms, find help and you want to complain that they should be asked for permission to film. right. i think you missed the mark of this thread by miles. let's not distract from the point...

Transparent Mar 29, 2022 09:36 PM
Up Front with SBPD: Co-Response Team

If it helps us actually enforce laws in our parks so they're actually save for kids again, then I'm all for it.

KarmaSB Mar 31, 2022 09:31 AM
Up Front with SBPD: Co-Response Team

safe for kids again? my kids and i, their friends and parents and loads of kids all over town are at the parks....just because some dude is sleeping under a tree doesn't mean it's not safe. sure there are incidents, but there are incidents just walking down the street. your post makes me wonder if you actually visit the city parks.
i live near the harbor and SBCC and we are at the baseball field, and pershing park, shoreline park, mesa park EVERY DAY and early evening as well as alameda and alice keck on the weekends then we spend time at either Stevens Park, or rocky nook park.
please let me know which of these that my family and I frequent very often, for years, is unsafe. i challenge you on this.

KarmaSB Mar 30, 2022 09:32 AM
Up Front with SBPD: Co-Response Team

Craig is a very good officer as is Hove and both work the co-response team. I've known Craig for many years and this man actually cares for people. They have the right people on the job. Thanks guys!

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