CIT International, Inc.

2019 CIT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Keynote and Workshop Presentations Now Available

Below is a listing of all the workshops and Keynote Presentations from the 2019 CIT International Conference.  We are still collecting so they are not all here yet.  Please be patient with us.  Those with the blue hyperlink are available.

Please note the following when looking for a workshop or Keynote presentation:

1.  People sent in their presentations in two ways - either as a PPT or as a PDF.  If it came in as a PPT when you click on the title it will download the presentation to your lower left corner of your monitor.  If it came in as a PDF it will open right up as a document.  We could not convert the PPT's to PDF as some have animation and layering which would get lost in the transfer.  

2.  For those presentations that are in a PPT format, the best way to view those once you have opened them up is to view as a full Slide Show.  Many presenters have included animation and layering of slides so you won't get the full effect without viewing the PPT as a presentation slide show.

3.  Some presenters preferred not  to send in their PPT presentation but have provided their contact information for you to contact directly for more information regarding their presentation.  Their contact will be listed next to the presentation.

We will be working to get as many, if not all, of the presentations from the conference.  If there is a particular workshop that does not have a link to the presentation please be patient as we will continue to reach out to presenters.  If a presenter does not wish to release their presentation we will note that.  We will then provide you with the Presenter's contact information for you to contact them directly.

2019 CIT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE 

Sunday Aug. 25 - PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS
Starting or Improving your CIT Program 
Building Resiliency:  Surviving Secondary Trauma - Contact Darren Ivey for more information
Monday Aug. 26 - KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Crisis Now:  Taking the Lead and Investing in a Community Crisis Continuum/Response - Contact David Covington for more information
Monday Aug. 26 - WORKSHOPS
9:45 am - 10:45 am
Living With Bipolar and Communicating with Someone in Crisis, An Inside View
It's Not About You: Slow Down
YOU DID WHAT!? 10 Lessons Learned from a growing CIT Program
LORAIN COUNTY CIT OUTREACH TEAM:  Probation Officers working smarter to facilitate wellness/compliance
Connecting CIT with a Problem Oriented Policing Strategy
Extreme Risk Protection Orders - Contact Sarah Mulloy for more information
I’m CIT trained, Now What? Starting a CIT Program from Scratch - Contact Troy Siewert for more information
NEW RESOURCE:  CIT International's Guide to Starting and Sustaining CIT Programs - Visit                                CIT Implementation Guide for more information
Mobile Crisis Team Utilization Impact on Client Engagement After CIT Contact
Encounters of the Hoarding Kind
Mental Health Management Unit and the CIT Officer's Role
Bottom Up: The Missouri CIT Council Approach
11:00 am - 12 Noon     
Responding to the Opioid Crisis: Training LEO on Opioid Use Disorders
NAMI: The Key to Community Collaboration, Partnerships, and Sustainable Change
Breaking Through the Stigma: One Officers Journey
Fill Your Gaps! Identifying the services that enhance your community's diversion efforts
Program development, implementation and sustainability of locally funded behavioral health programming
How to use CIT skills with the Latino Community
Let’s Tango; Emergency Nurses and Crisis Intervention Team
MCIT: The Next Evolution
Speed Dating-CIT Style
Off of the RADAR no longer
The Importance of Expanding Trauma-Informed Care to Policing
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm     
In CAHOOTS: Supporting Officers in the Field
Stress of Police Work on the Officer and Family:  Growing Stronger Together
TEAM UP for the Homeless
Advanced Anger Management and De-Escalation Skills through CCIS
Working Hard for the Money
Use of Force - Case Updates and Critical Review
Moral Injury in Veterans and First Responders; Introduction to Intervention
Cops and Dispatchers: The Resilient Call Response
After 18 Years - CIT in EVERY Ohio County - Here's How
Lost – A Parent’s Story of ASD Child Lost in the Mountains - Contact Rachelle Wright for more information
ACT teams and CIT: Improving Diversion for People with Severe Mental Illness
A community that cares: Working with your NAMI partners
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm   
Critical Role of Crisis Receiving Centers in Urban and Rural Communities
Addiction/Recovery Perspective From Within The Blue Line
Behavioral Health and Law Enforcement:  System Gaps and Accountability
Beyond HOT teams –> HOT SYSTEMS
Autism – Considerations for police response to individuals on the spectrum
Traumatic Brain Injury and Cognitive Impairment:  Fists Not Football
Excited Delirium
Medication Assisted Treatment in Clark County Jail
Moving Forward Without Federal Monies: Lessons Learned From College Towns
Implementing CIT in Your Community: Improving Officer and Community Safety
Research Update:  CIT & other models of crisis response
Opioid Overdose Rescue and Response Training
Tuesday Aug. 27 - KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Addiction - Not a Moral Failure - Stephen Loyd, M.D. 
Tuesday Aug. 27 - WORKSHOPS
10:15 am - 11:15 am
Behavior Health Techniques for De-Escalation and Hostage Negotiation
Mental Health and Law Enforcement
CIT Expansion & Fidelity under State Law Enforcement - Georgia CIT Program
Psychiatric Advance Directives
Seattle Police Department Crisis Intervention Program
Justice League: Strategic Use of Police and Peer Super-Powers
Veterans Justice Outreach : Justice-Involved Veterans and the VA-CIT Nexus
Life on the Line: Statewide CIT Training for 9-1-1 Dispatchers
Culture & Mental Health: Eliciting the Big Picture during Crisis Intervention
YOUTH IN CRISIS: Best Practices in Responding
Tactically and Tactfully: In Recovery- Words Matter
Police Referral to Intensive Case Management: Lessons Learned from LEAD Programs
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Copy That - Contact David Boyle for more information
Georgia CIT 911 Telecommunicator's Course
Addiction is a Behavioral Health Condition: Supporting Officers to Surpass Stigma
Crisis Communications: a review of the active listening skills
A Spectrum of Crisis Response Beyond 911
Effective Acting for the CIT Roleplayer
Law Enforcement 101 for non-Law Enforcement
Autism and Law Enforcement-Why it matters - Contact Stefan Bjes for more information
How to Build a County Wide CIT Program: The Ventura County Model
Serving Safely: Engaging Law Enforcement Executives in Police Mental Health Collaborations
CIT as a Road map to Narrowing the Net
Mental Health Experts as First Responders
2:45 pm - 3:45 pm     
ASK A DOC - Dr. Stephen Loyd on Addictions - Not a Moral Failure - Contact Dr. Loyd for more information
The Life You Save Could Be Yours
Beyond CIT Training: Crisis Intervention Team Collaboratives
Developing Community Partnerships to expand and enhance CIT programs
CIT and the Forgotten First Responders:  The Importance of Training 9-1-1 Personnel
Texas CIT Association – A Formation Journey - Contact Rebecca Skillern for more information
50 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR CIT -   25 Training and 25 Program
Frontier Mobile Crisis: A Reactive and Proactive Response
Overriding the bodies natural threat response to get to De-escalation
Comparing Apples To Oranges: Implementing Integrated Mobile Crisis Response Programs in Communities
Show me the money:  Fundraising for your CIT Program demystified
Gunfire to Wildfire and the help of Crisis Response K9's
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm    
Autism and Law Enforcement
Combat to Community: Engaging with Veterans in Crisis
Meeting in the Middle: Improving Relationships Between Law Enforcement and Providers
Police, Fire, Medical or Crisis Line:  911 Connects Suicidal callers to MHPs - Contact Leticia Sainz and      Melanie Payne for more information
Mental Health First Aid
The Role of Therapeutic Courts in Today’s Landscape of Criminal Justice Alternatives
“Hand-in-Hand” -  Breaking the Cycle: From Homelessness, to Jail, to a Home!
COAST: Where the Rising Tide of Older Adults Find Collaborative Solutions
Dementia: The Public Safety Response & Tools for Intervention
Trauma Informed Approaches for CIT and CST
Empathy Erosion: CIT Officer Assist... - Contact Dara Rampersad for more information
Wednesday Aug. 28 - KEYNOTE SPEAKER
The Hidden Biases of Good People and the Implications for the People They Serve - Contact Dr. Bryant Marks for more information
WEDNESDAY Aug. 28 - WORKSHOPS
9:45 am - 11:15 am
Suicide by Cop: A Hostage Negotiator's Confrontation and the Aftermath
Brain Injury Changes Everything: intervention and strategies to cope with it
CIT for Corrections: In-Custody Risk Avoidance
Police and Mental Health Collaboration - Miami Dade PD
A Native American Interpretation of CIT - Contact Mark Anderson for more information
Blue Courage Overview
Reality Based Training, The Seattle Police Department's realistic scenario training
Evaluation on a Shoestring: Lessons Learned from a Midwest College Community
IACP’s One Mind Campaign: Partnering to improve response to individuals in crisis
HEARING VOICES -  A powerful experiential training exercise on understanding mental illness
Responding to Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: New Advanced Course for CIT Officers
Co-response Teams and Innovative Partnerships: Stories from the Field
Wednesday Aug. 28 - KEYNOTE SPEAKER
The Importance of Sleep:  To care for others you must first care for yourself - Contact Dr. Stephen James for more information




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