Course Description

Crisis Intervention Training (CIT)

DESCRIPTION: This is a 40-hour course where sworn law enforcement members will update their skills, knowledge and abilities including identification of the more common types of mental illness, skills for de-escalation of potentially violent situations, assessment of medication information, specifics on suicide intervention and a mental health system overview. CIT training includes identification of the more common types of mental illness, skills for de-escalation of potentially violent situations, assessment of medication information, specifics on suicide intervention and a mental health system overview. This training greatly enhances the provision of services to mentally ill members of the community as well as citizens who are in crisis, e.g. victims of crime, tragic accidents, etc.

FEE: $275.00

LOCATION: Belmont Police Department, One Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, CA 94002

PREREQUISITE/ENROLLMENT RESTRICTIONS: This course is open to all first responders including peace officers, reserve peace officers, probation officers and support staff.

CERTIFICATION: POST CERT # 2460-20801

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Student dress code is business casual. No shorts, sleeveless shirts or open toed shoes are permitted.

RESERVATIONS: This course is limited to 36 students per presentation and registrations will be accepted on a first come first served basis.

Select Available Course Date Seats Available
01/08/2018 10
04/09/2018 5
09/10/2018 9
11/12/2018 13

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