The Service de Police de la Ville de Montreal (SPVM) dropped a YouTube video promoting L’Équipe métro d’intervention et de concertation (EMIC) — a new-ish SPVM squad that patrols Montreal's metro network to "offer support to people who are homeless."\nThe team — consisting of an SPVM officer, an STM inspector and a social worker — was created at the end of November, but the video was released on January 21, as the government and police force faced criticism over ticketing homeless Montrealers during curfew hours. \nEditor's Choice: A Farewell To Butters: The Beloved Montreal Turkey Has Been Killed By A Car\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nIt's especially not to give out tickets. \n\n\nSophie Bellemare, SPVM officer\n\n\n\nAccording to a squad social worker, Paul-Emmanuel Montissol of La Société de Développement Social (SDS), his expertise helps him refer homeless people to the appropriate resources available to meet their needs. \nThe video shows the EMIC squad providing food, face masks, clothing, supplies — and even a fist bump — to homeless Quebecers frequenting Montreal's metro system.\nThere's also a black-and-white shot of the squad walking in slow motion as they prepare to take on the day. \n"The three institutions, we have a synergy for the purpose of problem-solving," says STM inspector Robert Francis Turmel in the video. \n"It's very positive, it's well-received ... everyone wins," says SPVM officer Sophie Bellemare.