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In The Media

Texas Prisoner Responds To Theory That He’s Responsible For Galveston Serial Murders
8/1/2017 -

Houston Matters recently brought you the story of two investigators who have a theory as to who might’ve killed eleven young women in and around Galveston in the 1970s...


Harris County needs more funds to address scope of mental health concerns
6/12/2017 -

“The good news is, in a world that has become very partisan and very uncivil in terms of politics, everybody agrees mental health is an issue we can all work on,” Harris County Judge Ed Emmett said.


Texas falls short on mental health access, spending
6/1/2017 -

As part of the program, the county works with law enforcement to identify individuals with multiple arrests who have potential behavioral health issues. Instead of booking them again in the county jail, individuals are referred to health care professionals for medical care.


Baylor moves aspiring psychiatrists into new classroom: Harris County Jail
10/2/2016 -

Psychiatric residents treat inmates as part of new program. The Harris Center for Mental Health and Intellectual Developmental Disorder, a county agency formerly known as MHMRA that serves the jail, received $60,000 in new state money to fund a correctional psychiatry rotation with Baylor College of Medicine residents, making the jail a sort of unorthodox teaching hospital.


Why (and when) outsourcing security makes sense
9/21/2016 -

Offloading security strategy and day-to-day operations to a managed security service provider can free up IT resources. But be prepared: It’s not an entirely hands-off proposition.


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