A little after midnight at Mountain Village’s police station, Village Police Officer Anna Bill walks into a back room with a thick stack of papers. She’s holding a pile of Title 47s, a form that law enforcement uses to place involuntary holds on people who pose an immediate threat to themselves or others.
"This is just from the last couple months," Anna says. She thumps the papers down on the table in front of her. "And it's a whole stack."