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After a subway attack, New York will increase patrols and expand outreach to the mentally ill

New York (Reuters)-New York aims to make the city’s subway system safer by increasing police patrols and reaching out to the mentally ill, Governor Kathy Hokul and Eric said. Mayor Adams said on Friday in response to a series of recent attacks on passengers. The plan expands the city’s psychiatric services and, starting next week, will send a team of clinicians, social workers and police officers to encourage people with mental illness in the subway and homeless New Yorkers to seek help. Stated. “The majority of people who are not detained and have mental illness should clarify this. It’s not dangerous,” Adams told reporters at a Manhattan subway station.

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