Crisis Intervention Team Training, hosted by University of Cincinnati PD

  • 12/08/2017 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
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  • Lisa Monast
  • CIT
  • **NOTE: 
    - This is a 5 day class: Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM each day.

    - Registration is available on the December 4, 2017 tab. Once you have registered on the December 4, 2017 tab, you are registered for the entire week of training and will receive a confirmation email.

    The training will be held at the University of Cincinnati main campus. Specific building and room number TBA.

    Parking will be available at any UC parking garage, and those attending the training will be able to have their parking ticket validated for free parking. More details TBA.

    The training is facilitated by Lisa Monast, Education Specialist & Hamilton County CIT Coordinator with Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky and Southwest Ohio, a provider of premier quality education and training in behavioral health in our region. 

    Free to law enforcement, corrections and criminal justice professionals. Registration required.

    40-hour comprehensive training to increase skills in relating to individuals with mental illness.  Training emphasizes behavioral health-related topics, access to community-based services, de-escalation tactics, and crisis resolution skills.  Training format consists of didactics/lectures, on-site visitation and exposure to several behavioral health facilities, intensive interaction with individuals with mental illness and substance use disorders, and scenario-based de-escalation training.  Experience has shown this is a minimum level of training hours.  Materials covered are complex. Far beyond simple cognitive retention of the material, the desired learning outcome for this training is the adoption and retention of behavioral changes.