Elliott Moya was appointed as the Chief of Police of the Eliot Maine Police Department in 2016. He works to support and promote mental health awareness and wellness within the community and department. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Eliot Police Department has transformed its culture and practices regarding mental health-related calls for service, partnering with local mental health professionals.
Elliott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from New England College. As a lifelong learner, Elliott has studied leadership at the University of Southern Maine and is a graduate of the School of Police Staff and Command at Northwestern University Center for Public Safety. Elliott is married, a proud “girl dad” of two active daughters and enjoys discussing BBQ, cigars, and NY Mets baseball.
Breakout #3: Small Towns- Big Collaborations
Municipalities that are small in size and funding do not have to be excluded from progressive changes in response to mental health crises in our communities. An all-or-nothing approach is not the answer. We will take you through our journey, which was sparked by attending this conference in 2021, to examine how three neighboring municipalities […]