New video has surfaced.. http://youtu.be/dFYBoa-QeVo
Concerned Torontonias sharing this important news:
Tonight at Spadina Station .. a woman in crisis is put on the back of a T.T.C special constable vehicle.. the MCIT’s are totally absent.. T.T.C and T.P.S failed to call for the MCIT to deal with a woman in crisis at a Subway Station.. Shame!!!
What is the Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT)
The MCIT is a partnership program between St. Michael’s Hospital and Toronto Police Divisions 51 and 52. The program partners a mental health professional and a police officer who respond to 911 emergency and police dispatch calls involving emotionally disturbed persons, from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. seven days a week. The area they respond to includes Bloor to the Lakeshore and Spadina to the Don Valley.
To contact the team: