We are soliciting information for use in an upcoming Criminal Justice Testing and Evaluation Consortium report that will provide a landscape view of application software for mental health and wellness in the law enforcement community. The report will highlight the vendors/developers creating mental health and wellness application software products (apps) directed to law enforcement end users and other first responders. The report will also consider these mental health and wellness apps in terms of the broader context of the rapidly evolving marketplace for fitness and health and wellness products for consumer and medical applications.
Learn how you can contribute from the Federal Register post. Submissions are due May 10, 2021, by 5pm ET.
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