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 Posted 3/4/15





Registration for the 2015 CIT Regional Conference is now open!

$100 per Attendee


Registration Packet:
file icon pdf CLICK HERE - REGISTRATION DEADLINE AUGUST 20, 2015

Call for Presenters - opens March 10, 2015, details will be posted.

Vendor/Resource Fair - Vendor/Resource registration opens March 10, 2015, details will be posted.

Host Hotel:


Hilton Vancouver, Washington
Lodging rate: $137/night
Responsibility of the attendee
Contact 360-993-4500 to make a reservation.
Room block pricing expires August 21, 2015.

CIT Awards Nominations - will open  March 10, 2015, details will be posted.

CIT Awards Dinner Banquet - will be held on Tuesday, September 15, 2015, from 6:30 - 9:30 PM at the CIT Regional Conference. Details will be posted.
Tickets $25/each for attendee and spouse/guest.

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The WSCJTC provides training for criminal justice personnel responding to people in mental health crisis. The training, called Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT), involves working in a team with mental health practitioners, law enforcement, medical personnel, and other first responders to provide the best services possible to the individual in mental health crisis. This training is currently offered statewide by agencies that include, but are not limited to Wenatchee Police Department, Longview Police Department, Kennewick Police Department and Olympia Police Department.

 

In 2008, the WSCJTC created a curriculum manual with suggested course materials on CIT. The WSCJTC also has informational guides from the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrations regarding CIT available.

Available by request to criminal justice agencies: 

1. Crisis Intervention Training Suggested Course Materials Manual - WSCJTC 053108
2. Improving Responses to People with Mental Illnesses, Strategies for Effective Law Enforcement Training,
Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) 2008 

3. A Guide to Implementing Police-Based Diversion Programs for People with Mental Illness, Melissa Reuland, January 2004, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)  

In 2010, the WSCJTC partnered with King County Mental Health to provide CIT Training to first responders in working or assigned to King County. CIT-King CO training has been set up to include 40-hour Basic training, in-service, and much more.   


 

CIT-King County Courses

 Statewide CIT Trainings


 

Crisis Intervention Team Resources

There are many CIT resources available nationwide. This CIT Resource Page lists local, county, state, and national recourses. This listing is for resource purposes only and is not endorsed or supported by the WSCJTC. Please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to have your resource added.

CIT Regional Conferences

We maintain a page with information, agendas, and presentations available for download after the conferences.

2014 Conference Registration and Information Link:
http://www.cjtc.state.wa.us/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=401&Itemid=10

Regional CIT Association

Currently in process of being formed; more information pending.   


 

Contacting the WSCJTC Crisis Intervention Team Training Program

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Bob Graham

Statewide and King County CIT Program Manager  
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206-835-7302
 

Rachelle Parslow

CIT-King CO Program Administrator 
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206.835.7346
 

Sergeant Don Gulla
CIT-King CO Program Coordinator
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206-835-7319
206-396-7040 cell

WSCJTC CIT Training Office Contacts

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Office Fax: 206-835-7953

 

 

Rev. 10/2013