Dallas Sheriff's Office partners with non-profit to help those in need

The Dallas County Sheriff's Office is partnering with a non-profit to help deputies provide basic essentials to people in need.

The sheriff’s office said its deputies answer 20,000 calls a year.

In cases where crime victims need immediate relocation or basic resources, deputies will now be able to connect with Trusted World.

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The charity provides kits of clothing, food, and personal care items on demand.

The new partnership with Dallas County starts December 1.