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Police stepping up mental health training

The officer was able to de-escalate the situation and call in a juvenile detective, who had much greater knowledge of the dynamics of the issues.
Before the new course of mental health training in Brookline, the outcome of this story may have been different, said Capt. Michael Gropman, deputy superintendent of the Brookline Police Department, and a mental health trainer there.

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