NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The NYPD is eliminating a team dedicated to assisting the homeless.

At midnight, the Homeless Outreach and Shelter Security Unit will no longer exist.

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Ninety-two police officers, three detectives and 25 sergeant supervisors will now be assigned new roles.

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Several medical nurses were also part of the unit.

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They have been offered positions with the city Department of Health.