Long story short: Criminal justice, mental health and the political issues of 2022


In episode 1 of season 2 for Long story short (listen below), Oklahoma Watch reporters share insights from their recent and upcoming stories with executive director Ted Streuli.

  • Oklahoma’s ability to carry out executions using its current lethal injection procedures is on the line next month in federal court. Keaton Ross shares his reporting on a recent story about looming criminal justice issues in 2022, including details on this case, the future of the Oklahoma County detention center and a possible overhaul of the state’s criminal code .
  • To improve her storytelling on mental health in 2022, Whitney Bryen launched a survey to hear directly from Oklahoma residents struggling with their mental health or caring for those suffering from it. She shares the first comments she received and a few possible story threads.
  • Trevor Brown shares his take on the biggest issues voters and lawmakers will decide in 2022 and how some key statewide elections are shaping up.

Episodes of Long story short, sponsored by the Kirkpatrick Foundation, can also be found on podcast apps, including Apple Podcasts, Amazon, Audible, Spotify, and Pandora. To research Oklahoma Watch and subscribe.

X

Republish this article

Much of Oklahoma Watch’s content is available for republication by other news media in print and digital form. Please follow these terms for repost:

* Journalists ‘signatures and photographers’ credit lines must be accompanied by “Oklahoma Watch”.

* Include the Oklahoma Watch logo (found here).

* Use the following line of credit at the end of the story, with an online hyperlink to oklahomawatch.org:

“Oklahoma Watch, on oklahomawatch.org, is a nonprofit, non-partisan news organization that covers public policy issues facing the state. “

Long Story Short: Criminal Justice, Mental Health and Political Issues of 2022

In episode 1 of season 2 of Long Story Short (listen below), the journalists ofOklahoma Watch share information on their recent and upcoming stories with Executive Director Ted Streuli.

  • Oklahoma’s ability to carry out executions using its current lethal injection procedures is on the line next month in federal court. Keaton ross shares her reports on a recent story on impending criminal justice issues in 2022, including details on that case, the future of the Oklahoma County detention center, and a possible overhaul of the state’s criminal code.
  • To improve its mental health storytelling in 2022, Whitney bryan at launched a poll to hear first-hand from Oklahoma residents struggling with or caring for their mental health. She shares the first comments she received and a few possible story threads.
  • Trevor Brown shares his take on the biggest issues voters and lawmakers will decide in 2022 and how some key statewide elections are brewing.

Episodes of Long Story Short, sponsored by the Kirkpatrick Foundation, can also be found on podcast apps, includingApple podcasts,Amazon,Audible,and Pandora. Search Oklahoma Watch and subscribe.

Oklahoma Watch · Long story short season 2, episode 1: criminal justice, mental health and political issues of 2022.

This item first appeared on Oklahoma Watch and is republished here under a Creative Commons license.

1


Support our publication

Every day, we strive to produce journalism that matters – stories that reinforce accountability and transparency, add value and resonate with readers like you.

This work is essential to a better informed community and a healthy democracy. But this is not possible without your support.

About Stephen Ewing

Check Also

Serenity Oaks Addiction Treatment Center Joins Mental Health Awareness Month

Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Although not often talked about, mental illness …