Program that pairs law enforcement with mental health experts will expand across NJ starting in May, officials say

State Police and the Attorney General’s Office launched a pilot program of ARRIVE Together in December 2021 in Cumberland County that will now expand to 11 additional counties in May. The program involves a state trooper driving with a mental health screener to respond to calls where people are in crisis to de-escalate, direct them to help and services, and avoid arrests if there’s no criminal activity.

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