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Over 100 suicides in 10 years hasled Go Transit Safety Officers to look to any and all ways to reduce the numbers. On May 14, 2014 Go Transit Safety Officer Steve Weir teamed up with Nurse Anne Marie Batten of Real Time Crisis Prevention and Toronto Police Officer Constable Scott Mills to deliver a presentation on how effective social media use can help stop suicides on railways. For more information on a regular basis on the Real Time Crisis Intervention initiative follow the posts on RealTimeCrisis.org and hash tag #RealTimeCrisis is social media
Over 100 suicides in 10 years have led Go Transit Safety Officers to look to any and all ways to reduce the numbers. On May 14, 2014 Go Transit Safety Officer Steve Weir teamed up with Nurse Anne Marie Batten of Real Time Crisis Prevention and Toronto Police Officer Constable Scott Mills to deliver a presentation on how effective social media use can help stop suicides on railways. For more information on a regular basis on the Real Time Crisis Intervention initiative follow the posts on RealTimeCrisis.org and hash tag #RealTimeCrisis is social media

Watch Go Transit Transit Safety Officer Steve Weir, Nurse Anne Marie Batten of Real Time Crisis Intervention and Scott Mills present on saving and improving lives using social media tools, in particular reducing suicides on railway tracks at 2014 Municipal Licensing And Law Enforcement Forum in Mississauga, Ontario Canada Wednesday May 14, 2014

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Google Map pinpointing over 100 suicides in 10 years involving Go Trains in Toronto and the Greater Toronto area. Go Transit Safety Officer Steve Weir and team are taking action by proposing partnerships with Real Time Crisis Intervention, an initiative to use a strategy of relationships and effective social media use to save and improve lives led by Toronto based street nurse Anne Marie Batten. For more information follow the official website RealTimeCrisis.org and hash tag #RealTimeCrisis on social media platforms
Google Map pinpointing over 100 suicides in 10 years involving Go Trains in Toronto and the Greater Toronto area. Go Transit Safety Officer Steve Weir and team are taking action by proposing partnerships with Real Time Crisis Intervention, an initiative to use a strategy of relationships and effective social media use to save and improve lives led by Toronto based street nurse Anne Marie Batten. For more information follow the official website RealTimeCrisis.org and hash tag #RealTimeCrisis on social media platforms