Studies say that at least one in four people killed by police officers has a mental health issue. Now a Colorado city is having a behavioral health specialist and paramedic respond to low-risk 911 calls instead of police. There’s a similar program in Eugene, Oregon. NBC senior national correspondent Kate Snow reports for TODAY.
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