Suicides Decline With Prevention Measures at Known ‘Hotspots’: Study: – TUESDAY, Sept. 22, 2015 – – Preventive actions at suicide hotspots such as high bridges and cliffs might greatly reduce the number of suicides at these places, a new review suggests. Experts analyzed data from 18 studies to look for the effects of three ways of suicide prevention in use at known suicide hotspots all over the world site . The intervention methods include signs that encourage people to seek help and offer crisis telephone numbers , increased video surveillance and suicide patrols , and measures such as installing safety nets and barriers to block the method of suicide .
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