CIT Research: Bibliography of Published Reports – August 2015*
The Research Committee of CIT International compiled an up-to-date bibliography, including brief summaries, of published reports of CIT research.
CIT Research: What Do the Data Tell Us?”*
Presented by Natalie Bonfine, Ph.D, Assistant Program Coordinator, Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence and Mark Munetz, M.D., Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Northeast Ohio Medical University at the 9/5/12 CIT Advanced Training Conference.
What is CIT? Why do you need one in your community?*
An interview of Mark Munetz, MD by Justice Evelyn Lundberg Stratton
Bureau of Justice Assistance podcast – The Importance of Crisis Intervention Teams, An Interview with Major Sam Cochran of the Memphis Police Services
- Visit the website and select “Innovations in Justice” in the dropdown menu.
- Download a PDF* transcript of the podcast.
Everything you need to know to start CIT in your community.
Crisis Intervention Team Core Elements*
Developed and written by The University of Memphis School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice CIT Center
Ohio CIT Coordinators Expert Consensus Document*
Developed by the Ohio CIT Coordinators Committee in Conjunction with the Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence
40 hour CIT course sample Ohio curriculum outline
Communities update their CIT training curricula routinely. As a result, the samples presented here may not reflect the most recent training schedule for these communities and are meant to serve as reference only. If you would like current training scheduled for any Ohio CIT programs, or samples from additional communities, you can either contract the CIT Training Coordinator in that county or contact the CCoE and we would be happy to make the request on your behalf.
Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training Sees Immediate Results*
Dr. S.R. Thorward, Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare
A Graduating Officer’s Enthusiasm for CIT Training*
Kay Werk, M.S.W
Shared Concerns: Family Members and Law Enforcement*
Carole Ann Jazbec, NAMI Coordination and Family Member