Imagery for the Politico story:
How a Liberal Michigan Town Is Putting Mental Illness at the Center of Police Reform
A white picket fence with flowers in the Foxfire neighborhood in Ann Arbor where Anthony Hamilton grew up and was first arrested during a mental health episode.
Cynthia hugs Anthony at upon seeing him at Washtenaw County Jail. Anthony has been in and out of jail for close to 12 years and it's been six months since Cynthia last saw him in person.
Cynthia Harrison goes through her son's mental health and criminal paperwork in her home office.
A photo of Anthony Hamilton from his high school graduation with his grandmother on a cork board in his mother, Cynthia Harrison's, office.
Anthony Hamilton poses for a portrait during Cynthia's visit at Washtenaw County Jail.
Washtenaw County's 22nd Circuit Court where Anthony Hamilton's case currently sits.
Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton at his desk. Clayton has served as Sheriff for four terms and has worked to eliminate bias and raise mental health awareness within his department.
Cynthia takes a photo with her son Anthony.
Sheriff Clayton's office.
Cynthia squeezes Anthony's face during her visit.
The behavioral psychiatric section of the large binder where Cynthia Harrison keeps all paperwork relating to Anthony's mental health history.
The Foxfire neighborhood in Ann Arbor where Anthony grew up.
Pictures from Anthony's childhood.
Cynthia Harrison and Anthony Hamilton pose for a portrait at Washtenaw County Jail.
The view of Cynthia's street from her office.
The Bob Evans a half block from Washtenaw County Jail where Anthony was arrested for an absconding after his grandfather's funeral.
Cynthia and Anthony's hands before leaving each other.
After the visit with his mother, the elevator doors close on Anthony as he goes back to where he stays in the jail.