Event Details

CIT - Milwaukee - Fall 2020

Crisis Intervention Team training is a community initiative designed to improve the outcomes of police interactions with people living with mental illnesses and improves the safety of patrol officers, consumers, family members, and citizens within the community.

CIT programs are local partnerships between law enforcement, mental health providers, local NAMI chapters and other community stakeholders. CIT programs provide 40 hours of training for law enforcement on how to better respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis. CIT is not just a training. Effective CIT programs are based on strong relationships between law enforcement, mental health care providers, families and people living with mental illness.

CIT is a long-lasting, evolving partnership based on mutual goals.

Milwaukee County law enforcement departments will receive priority registration. The training will open to other departments throughout the state of Wisconsin if slots are available. Includes continental breakfast, lunch and beverages.

For additional information, please contact Susanne Vella, Crisis Intervention Training Coordinator: Susanne@namigrm.org or 414-326-3460

Date: September 21, 2020

CIT - Wisconsin Rapids

This will be a law enforcement based class.
First preference will be given to Wood, Portage, Adams, Juneau and Clark County, but open seats can then be filled closer to the registration time.

Crisis Intervention Team training is a community initiative designed to improve the outcomes of police interactions with people living with mental illnesses and improves the safety of patrol officers, consumers, family members, and citizens within the community.

CIT programs are local partnerships between law enforcement, mental health providers, local NAMI chapters and other community stakeholders. CIT programs provide 40 hours of training for law enforcement on how to better respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis. CIT is not just a training. Effective CIT programs are based on strong relationships between law enforcement, mental health care providers, families and people living with mental illness.

CIT is a long-lasting, evolving partnership based on mutual goals.


Questions?
Please email Katie at
kczys@co.wood.wi.us.

Mid-State Technical College

500 32nd Street North
Wisconsin Rapids
WI
54494
Wood
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Date: October 5, 2020