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After officer suicides double, NYPD searches for solutions

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A staggering number of suicides rocked the New York City Police Department in 2019, with 10 active duty officers taking their own lives - more than double the number of previous years. NBC News’ Alexa Liautaud speaks to NYPD officers and family members affected by this crisis.