Trenton mayor hopes addressing mental health avoids violent crimes

Gusciora said police officers are getting back into the neighborhoods and the city is adding mental health counselors.

“Hopefully with a mental health component, it will make the streets a lot safer,” he added.

Gusciora says that the city will bring in a street team, similar to one in Newark, where therapists and counselors are called in to interrupt violence. The tentative launch of the team is for May.

“We’re excited about this new opportunity to bring community policing straight into the streets and try to interrupt that violence that’s out there,” he said.

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