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The call comes over the radio—10-73.
A sheriff’s deputy responds.
But is the average law enforcement officer’s eight to 12 hours of mental health training enough to properly assess the crisis to which they are responding?
When someone calls 911 with a suicidal patient or similar crisis, sheriff’s deputies or municipal police officers are the first responders.
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