INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis police officers are now are better equipped to communicate with people who have autism or those who are nonverbal.
It's all thanks to a grant from the Autism Society of America.
More than 1,300 officers were given the boards, which have various graphics on them that allow a person to "point and communicate" with an officer.
They're used also for people who have limited English skills or disabilities.
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