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Connecticut Program Helps Police Communicate With Drivers With Autism
By Casey Leins Jan. 15, 2020
Connecticut police officers are hoping to improve communication with drivers through the use of a "Blue Envelope," which allows officers to better identify individuals with autism spectrum disorder during traffic stops.
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