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Stickers Continue To Help Officers Interact With Autistic Individuals

It was just two years ago that a 36-year-old with autism from Kansas was fatally shot during a routine traffic stop, as WPVI-TV 6 News reported. Since that time, many counties in Kansas, as well as other states, have adopted programs involving putting window clings on automobiles and houses. These window stickers serve to alert police officers and first responders to individuals who have autism or other cognitive impairments that may result in communication barriers.
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