By Jim Read, Staff Writer
DeWitt police are working with deaf advocacy groups to improve the training officers receive on interacting with people who cannot hear.
The initiative is the result of a Sept. 23 incident involving a DeWitt officer and a deaf motorist who tussled in a McDonald's parking lot on Thompson Road. An investigation showed there was a lack of communication. The officer later resigned over the incident.
N.Y. police train for dealing with deaf