Kimberly Mosolf, Director of the Treatment Facilities Program at DRW, received a community ambassador award from the National Black Police Association and the Black Law Enforcement Association of Washington for her work with De-Escalate Washington, the community stakeholder group behind successful passage of Initiative 940.  I-940 changed Washington law governing police use of deadly force, requires independent investigations of deadly force incidents, and increases de-escalation and mental health training for law enforcement officers across the state.

Picture from the National Black Police Association conference .
A few people pictured here include Tim Reynon of the Puyallup Tribe, Toshiko Hasegawa of the WA State commission on Asian and Pacific American Affairs (CAPA), Leslie Cushman (citizen sponsor of I940), and Deborah Jacobs, the ED of King County Office of Law Enforcement Oversight.  Pictured in the middle is Cynthia Softli, current president of BLEAW.