Melissa Reuland

Melissa Reuland consults on national research and technical assistance projects related to the intersection of behavioral health and law enforcement. She currently is a Senior Advisor to the Transform911 project at the University of Chicago Health Lab. There she supports work on developing and executing national roundtables and topic-focused working groups, and highlighting critical research.  Ms. Reuland is also a Research Fellow at the National Policing Institute where she consults on police research related to CS360 and rural and small agency implementation of CIT programs.

Ms. Reuland’s past work has included being a Senior Advisor to the Policing Program at the Vera Institute of Justice, working on projects aimed at supporting expansion of Police Mental Health collaboration. Ms. Reuland worked with the Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center and the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) on the BJA-funded Law Enforcement/Mental Health Partnership Project. Ms. Reuland holds an MS in Criminal Justice from the University of Baltimore, and a BA in Psychology from the University of Michigan.

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