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Crisis Intervention Team training, nationwide, has adopted the saying of “it’s more than just training.”

 

Training patrol officers in the concepts of dealing better with mentally ill, and other challenging populations, is just the beginning.  With changes occurring in King County (with regard to the new Crisis Diversion Facility) and statewide, it is necessary for departments to develop a new mind set with regard to calls involving this very difficult population. 

 

Officers are encouraged to look for other more effective (and less costly) options, besides jailing and/or hospitalization, of these individuals.  We are really looking to encourage long term problem solving efforts, where possible. This class is to provide Chiefs, and other command level personnel, of the need to support the concept of CIT training and CIT programs in their agency.

This training will seek to provide Chiefs and command level personnel with ideas and suggestions of policies that might help when looking to promote the CIT concept into their agency, and seeking to become partners with the community advocates in their respective communities.

 

Your instructors will include: 

  • Stuart Estes, (Attorney whose practice includes defending cities and police departments from various lawsuits.)
  • Sgt. Don Gulla, (King County Sergeant currently assigned to the coordinator for the MIDD CIT training.)
  • Washington Cities Insurance Authority Representative.
  • Current CIT officers telling their stories of what works/doesn't work out on patrol. 

Special Instructions:

  • Internet connectivity information will be sent via email for this training.

Pre-requisites:

  • None

Who can attend our classes?

  • Open to ALL command level personnel at criminal justice agencies within the State of Washington.

Dress Code and Identification:

  • Uniform, agency logo clothing or business casual attire is appropriate for attending a WSCJTC class.
  • Visible official ID is recommended (badges/agency IDs) while on campus.
  • Off Campus classes may have dress requirements in the student instructions.

Cost:

  • None.

Schedule:

  • Monday-Friday (One ½ Day)
  • 0900-1200 (Always check Student Instructions)
  • Dates Vary, Check Schedule

Cancellation Policy:  

  • Deadline: If, for any reason, it becomes necessary to cancel the application, you must notify the registrar via email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  seven (7) days prior to class.
  • Fee: $50 for no shows and late cancellations (less than 7 days), or course fee, whichever is greater. 

 

Retesting

There is no test for this class.

 

Priority of Acceptance

If submitting more than one application, mark each one in the order you’d like them accepted. This is a required field in WSCJTC LMS Online registration.

 

Forms

CIT Application (Rev. 10/7/2013)

All applications must be signed. Unsigned applications will not be processed.

 

 

Submit Application

WSCJTC LMS Online Registration

FAX 206-835-7953

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Course, Program or Policy Questions

Rachelle Parslow, CIT Program Administrator

206-835-7346

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Sgt. Don Gulla, Program Coordinator

206-330-3607

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Bob Graham, CIT Program Manager

206-835-7302

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Rev. 10/2013