47 thoughts on “Mental Illness and Homeless……Medical or Law Enforcement Issue ?

  1. COPS ARE MINDLESS CREEPS WITHOUT EMPATHY WITHOUT A FUCKING CARE IN THE WORLD FOR THEIR FELLOW HUMAN BEINGS.
    ONE DAY WHEN THEY REALLY NEED TO BE IN THE HOSPITAL MAYBE SOME YOUNG TOUGH GUY COP WILL BEAT THEM SENSELESS AND THROW THEM INTO A CAGE…

  2. Dude you’re fucking annoying. Just let them do their damn job. You get in the way and obstruct. Let’s just say if you had a camera pointed at me without me wanting it, I’d knock the living shit out of your ass. Don’t you have anything better to do with your crappy life?

  3. Onus thanks for the work you do. I really like your news channel and I like the way the you conduct yourself and all the follow up you do. The follow up is the more work then just filming the police. Keep it up 👍

  4. all too often people end up in the wrong place, someone who was just in an accident and is displaying signs like this, thats an easy involuntary commitment to medical or mental health services, no judge would hold the officer accountable with the way she was acting… but it seems like they decided medical treatment was not in her cards today, when it sure looks like it should have been at least the first step in the process…

  5. The woman could have a medical issue however she seemed to have dressed herself well and was driving a car. Who knows. That homeless guy was threatening carrying that stick, surprised they just had him move on.

  6. I kinda got disappointed after hearing "Florence Fire Department is in pursuit" and it wasn't a fire engine chasing a car. On the more serious matter, I think that it was medical from a layman view. She definitely seemed to be acting a little strange even before she got cuffed. I don't know how much you can trust some medics with these, it kinda becomes a double "we don't want to deal with this" situation between them and PD for taking people. The general stigmatization of mental illness is real and the constant contact with the population has probably made PD prejudiced to anyone, faking or not. Overall it's a very sad problem.

  7. There's even snow in the surrounding mountains of Las Vegas, thank GEOENGINEERING FOR THOSE OXIDIZED METALS IN THE AIR. Said it a million times, cops should not deal with the homeless, unless they're wielding a ninja sword. But this is how they make money and scare idiots into thinking that there is SO MUCH CRIME, WE NEED MORE COPS AND MONEY, MONEY MONEY…

  8. The paramedics evaluated her and determined that she had no need for medical attention. The officers were probably transporting her to the hospital on a 5150 W&I (mental health) hold. That's the responsibility of law enforcement. Why waste thousands of dollars taking someone with mental health issues to the emergency room when they have no actual medical problem, and instead need psychiatric help? That's why healthcare is so expensive in our country.

  9. She can slip out of those cuffs if someone reminded her to. FD determines what is med of not, pd is subservient to them in this regard. And then criminal H&R, or any criminal is always before mental. Vitals always are the best indicator if you've ever dealt with anyone faking, my only concern was the cuffs too loose.

  10. Amerika use to have a lot mental hospitals to care for the people with mental illnesses. Now most, if not all, are closed and there are now only two choices to put people that need help. Either a hospital, who won’t treat and toss them out quickly, or jail. Two horrible choices for those in need of help. And this illegal corporation, USA INC does it on purpose. It shows a lot when a country can, but won’t, help its fellow citizens who need it most. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Picking her up while it looks like she seizing… these cops have no clue what theyre doing and should approach medical calls as such. Instead they go hands on and straight into the car. Not qualified to protect life

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