Albuquerque, New Mexico 2022-05-03 19:30:00 –
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Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – Albuquerque has a new team of first responders aimed at addressing the issues surrounding homelessness, addiction and mental health issues. The Albuquerque Regional Safety Authority (ACS) began construction in September 2021. Recently, KRQE News 13 internally reviewed some of the work ACS is doing.
Its internal appearance is introduced in Gabrielle Burkhart’s recent research report.. Gabby recently discussed the story in a conversation with KRQE News 13 digital anchor Chris McKee in “Behind the Story.” Watch the video attached to this article for a complete discussion.
For more information on this research conversation, see Gabby’s complete story on KRQE.com. The title of the story is: “Look inside Albuquerque’s demilitarized emergency response.”
Some of the questions discussed include the types of access the city has granted to the story, whether anyone has actually accepted the support provided by ACS workers, and what do ACS workers think about the work they are doing? there is.
“Behind the Story” is KRQE News 13’s new online-only web series that gives viewers a closer look at the processes and tasks contained in the KRQE News 13 research report. For other segments of the previous story, Click this link to visit the KRQE News13 Investigates page.
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