State Gets Mental Health Tool For Law Officers

(Bismarck, ND) — There’s a tool to help law enforcement in North Dakota. The state’s Mobile Behavioral Health Crisis Service can meet officers at the scene of an issue and help people who are having mental health problems. Police say the group can help get people the professional services they need. The next step is to roll-out the program in rural parts of the state.

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