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Advanced Training Survey

button01aCIT International is developing a list of suggested advanced training topics available to CIT program training coordinators and, when possible, resources to assist in developing and/or delivering that training.

To that end, the Board is seeking input whether your program has offered advanced CIT training topics, and if so, information about that training. Please help us help all programs by answering a few quick questions. For the purposes of this survey, “advanced training” is defined as anything that was offered following your core, week-long CIT training – including both new topics and a review and/or an expansion of topics that were addressed in the core training.     Click on button or this link  to take survey.

 

Course Graduate Membership Spreadsheet

A one year complimentary membership is offered to recent ( 90 day ) CIT course graduates.

The procedure to obtain the complimentary  membership is for the training manager or coordinator to download this spreadsheet, fill it in with the pertinent information and then email the spreadsheet  to the CIT membership email address shown in the spreadsheet.

This spreadshee may be downloaded and after filling out email the spreadsheet to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The application will be processed, whch can require  two to three weeks.

Please include a postal mailing address for each person.  This will be used to send the membership card and logon instructions.


Download Spreadsheet

This is an image of the spreadsheet to download.

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Improving Responses to People with Mental Illnesses: Strategies for Effective Law Enforcement Training

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/BJA/pdf/Strategies_%20for_LE_Training.pdf

 

Dutiful Minds – Dealing with Mental Illness

Dutiful Minds – Dealing with Mental Illness
By Lt. Michael S. Woody, Ret.01/06/03

How much training have your police officers had in dealing with persons that have mental illness?  I suspect that if your agency is like most, the answer is “Not much”!  Yet, did you know that depending on which article you believe, anywhere from 7 to 15% of the calls to which a police officer responds in this country involve someone with a mental illness?

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Memphis Model

The Memphis Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) is an innovative police based first responder program that has become nationally known as the “Memphis Model” of pre-arrest jail diversion for those in a mental illness crisis. This program provides law enforcement based crisis intervention training for helping those individuals with mental illness. 

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