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Police Procedures: Law enforcement, how do you feel about people that you are evaluating for a 5150/section (involuntary committal to a hospital for mental reasons)?A lot depends on what the individual circumstances are. If the person appears to be well and truly incapable of caring for him/herself, then it's just part of trying to take care of the person.If the person appears to be trying to use "I'm going to kill myself" as a way of garnering attention or to try to force a loved one to do something, then it can be annoying. There can be minute variations based on how the person came to be in this state -- a mental problem of unknown or medical origin may cause an officer to be more empathetic than dealing with one caused by smoking "spice" or abusing another drug.I recently stopped a young man for drinking while driving (he didn't notice my unmarked squad car next to him while he sipped on his Keystone Light). Since he was under 21, I explained that I was going to process a "Zero Tolerance" complaint against him (results in an administrative suspension of his license for three months). He said, "Then I'm just going to blow my brains out when I get home." DING! DING! DING! Those were the magic words!He ended up being handcuffed (for everyone's protection, since he just made a suicidal threat) and taken to the local emergency room for an involuntary committal. Since he had been drinking, the emergency room psychologist wouldn't even talk to him or begin an evaluation until his BAC was under .02%. He changed a 30-minute traffic process into an 8- to 10-hour wait (including hospitalization bills). And he still got the traffic citation and Zero Tolerance, to boot. I was annoyed by him.Another time, I responded to a report of a guy having a sudden psychotic episode involving his belief that evil angels were trying to steal his soul. There was no indication of drug or alcohol abuse, but he did have some prior mental health issues from a few years before. I did not get annoyed by him.