Crisis Intervention Team Training
CIT for Law Enforcement
CIT is a community based collaborative between law enforcement and behavioral health to assist officers in handling mental health crisis. Warren County CIT has been in existence since 2010 and maintains fidelity to the CIT core curriculum published by the Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence.
The program has had 88 officers graduate since its inception from the following law enforcement agencies:
- Carlisle Police Department
- Clinton County sheriff’s Office
- Franklin Police Department
- Hamilton Township Police Department
- Lebanon Police Department
- Loveland Police Department
- Mason Police Department
- Maineville Police Department
- Monroe Police Department
- Springboro Police Department
- Warren County Sheriff’s Office
- Waynesville Police Department
- Wilmington Police Department
In addition, 27 dispatchers and 25 other mental health and agency professionals have been trained.
If you have any questions about CIT, Please contact MHRS at 513-695-1695. For more information, please visit The Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence.