Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) is an intensive 5-day session that provides law enforcement with the knowledge and skills for responding to a person during a mental health crisis. The training is conducted by local CIT trained officers, mental health professionals, family advocates and consumers; offering practical techniques for de-escalating crisis situations.
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Participants are required to attend all 40 hours to receive a certificate of attendance, CIT lapel pin, and CIT challenge coin.
If an officer has to appear in court, please email Jodi Long (firstname.lastname@example.org), to make up the missed sections/lessons.
Dress code: Monday – Thursday business casual/department casual; Friday regular work uniform.
Sponsored by Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services, Pre-registration is required. Breakfast, lunch and refreshments provided each day.
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For more information contact Jodi Long at 937-443-0416 ext 131