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Every police officer and jailer in America should be trained in basic safety measures for alcoholics who are put in cells, says David Pittman, Ph.D., of Washington University, St. Louis.
Most victims are sent to jail cells "to languish, sometimes without medical attention, for the simple offense of being publicly drunk, and without jailers, in some areas, taking the most elementary... Login to read more
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