Wcpo.com: Norwood aims to reduce stress of police encounters for people with autism, Alzheimer's disease

NORWOOD, Ohio — From lights and sirens to loud radios, encounters with police can be distressing for people with autism spectrum disorders and Alzheimer’s disease.

Norwood’s police chief said he hopes a new program will make those encounters a bit less stressful.

NICE, or Norwood Identifies Citizen Encounters, is a

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