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It’s almost 4 p.m., and police officers Ernest Stevens and Ned Bandoske have been driving around town in their unmarked black SUV since early this morning. The officers are part of San Antonio’s mental health squad — a six-person unit that answers the frequent emergency calls where mental illness may be an issue.
The officers spot a call for help on their laptop from a group home across town.
“A male individual put a blanket on fire this morning,” Stevens reads from the blotter. “He’s arguing … and is a danger to himself and others. He’s off his medications.”
Click here to read the entire Article from NPR: Mental Health Cops
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