City Sending Mental Health Professionals to Some 911 Calls
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The two-year, $3.5 million pilot program represents the first time in Chicago’s history that the city’s emergency dispatch system will send someone other than a sworn and armed police officer to a call for help, officials said. WTTW News reporter Heather Cherone has details.
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