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Law enforcement officers train to better understand autism

Imagine being worried that every time you step out of your house, that your child may end up in an encounter with police.

BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- Imagine being worried that every time you step out of your house, that your child may end up in an encounter with police.

That is the reality for many families of children with autism.

Working in partnership with our parent company, Sinclair Broadcast Group, we want to keep you informed about important health and safety matters. We believe it's our responsibility and privilege.

April is Autism Awareness Month.

In this "Sinclair Cares Report", we show you how first responders are being trained to make sure their interactions with people with autism remain safe:


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