NYC Police Faulted on Handling Mental Crises

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The New York Police Department doesn’t have an efficient system to dispatch trained officers to crises involving mentally ill people, says the city's Inspector General,  the Wall Street Journal reports. Since June 2015, Some 5,200 NYPD officers have undergone Crisis Intervention Training ( CIT), which trains police to defuse incidents . . .

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