Many community partners clearly have a role to play in supporting safe responses to people in crisis that center their dignity and long-term health outcomes. This report highlights important strategies and approaches to help communities navigate ways to reduce police involvement in situations involving someone in behavioral health crisis. Reducing police involvement in crisis response hinges on a robust and flexible crisis continuum that enables access to effective and appropriate treatments, services, and supports for a wide range of clients. Ultimately, creating alternatives to police responses will connect people in the community with the services they need, reduce arrest rates and the potential for violent police encounters, and promote the health and safety of community members.