N.J. program trains police to help people with autism

A nonprofit in New Jersey is providing training for emergency responders on how to better handle situations that involve people with autism. Millburn police officer Glenn Ostlund said one of the more effective ways to deal with a child with autism is through one-on-one interaction, rather than with several law-enforcement officials.

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