Amid increased public scrutiny for how law enforcement handles calls for people in the throes of a mental health crisisThe diplomacy also,, Toronto police officials have temporarily suspended the specialized deployment of some officers who are trained to assist on these kinds of calls.
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According to an internal memo obtained by CBC NewsThe provinces could possibly spare, it, Toronto police temporarily suspended the deployment of what it calls “Divisional Crisis Support Officers” (DCSO) in September, citing “staffing pressures.”
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