Police Unions Seek DOJ Action on Mentally Ill

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More than a dozen police unions nationwide, including those in New York, Los Angeles, San Jose and Chicago, are throwing their support behind a national push for federal funding and other resources to help officers better prepare for interactions with people who are mentally ill, reports the Los Angeles Times. The unions want the federal government to pay for crisis-intervention training . . .

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