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2017 CIT International Conference

Keynote and Workshop Presentations Now Available

Below is a listing of all the workshops and Keynote Presentations from the 2017 CIT International Conference.  We are still collecting so they are not all here yet.  Please be patient with us.

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

1.  Only two of our four Keynotes had PPT presentations.  Those are attached as PDF files.

2.  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.  

3.  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).

4.  We will be working to get as many, if not all, 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 can always provide you with the Presenter's contact information for you to contact directly.

Wednesday August 16, 2017    
9:45 - 10:45    
CIT after DOJ

When Crime and Crisis Co-exist: Jail vs. Jail Diversion
CIT, MHFA for Public Safety & The IACP One Mind Pledge

Data Reporting and Evaluation Strategies in Community-Based Programs
Trauma Informed Responses to Crisis

Is CIT “Evidence-Based”?
Medicine-Induced Psychosis: An Officer's Story - Bradley Colas is not able to share his PPT.  Here is his contact: 
Challenge Accepted:  Building an Integrated MHHA - Public Safety & CIT Initiative
Using Court Ordered Outpatient Treatment to Enhance CIT
How to Understand and Assist Those with Autism in Crisis Situations

11:00 - 12:00    
Models & Advice for Conducting Advanced/In-Service Training

Crisis Communication
Youth Crisis: Doing What Works

Beach Babble: A Review of the 7 Active Listening Skills
The Panhandling Dilemma; An Alternate Police Response
Honoring Cop Culture  and   Cop Culture 101
How Does CIT Training Change Officer-Level Outcomes? Analysis of Two Theories
Utilizing CIT in Prison: Impact, Barriers, and Achievements
21 Ways to Jump-Start Your CIT Program: Take CIT to WOW!
Establishing Ongoing Evaluation Activity as a Management Tool for CIT Program Operation
Planning for Success: 6-month CIT Step-by-Step Plan for MH Staff

1:30 - 3:00
Orlando in way Man...Orlando Strong: CIT response to the Pulse Massacre (This presentation is 
NOT available as this case is still under investigation)

13 Years of Building Chicago's CIT Program

Officer Wellness Pilot Program
Peer Support - How Addiction, Recovery and Crisis Services Come Together

CIT & Mental Health Training for Correction Officers Within Jails & Prisons
Intercept 0 = “Before the @#%* Hits the Fan”

Community Collaboration: It's a Relationship
CUF & STUF   (Cops Using Friendly Service Teams Uniting Folks)
The New Face of Law Enforcement - Deescalation Strategies for First Responders

Understanding Autism: Key Considerations for Crisis Response
A Tale of Two Cities: Cops and Co-Responders

3:30 - 5:00
Mental Health Reform - Entering a New World
Taking Care of Us:  Supporting Officers After The Unrest in Ferguson, Missouri
Unarmed and Responding to Crisis: CIT at American University
Mentoring for Reentry and Crisis: Utilizing Peer Specialists for De-escalation and Reintegration

DEATH by POWERPOINT! Interactive activities to bring life to your CIT training!

Trauma-Informed Policing: Addressing the Prevalence of Trauma in Law Enforcement Encounters

Accommodating Your Suspect; Protecting Yourself

Multidisciplinary and Community Training and Collaboration-Making CIT in Chicago Great Again
The Path Towards Culture Change: The shift from CIT “Training” to “Program”
Stakeholder Engagement and the Importance of Collaboration for Program Development and Success
30 Seconds Away - Breaking the Cycle
Slow Your Role (Play)! Standardized Reviews and De-escalation Techniques

Thursday August 17, 2017
10:15 - 11:15    
Twenty Ways To Make Your CIT A Success
How to Build a County Wide CIT Program: The Ventura County Model

No Estoy Loco! Barriers and Solutions when interviewing Hispanic clients in Crisis

The Oregon CIT Center of Excellence (CITCOE) - A Statewide Collaboration

How to Make Your CIT Curriculum More Trauma Informed

H.O.P.E.- Homeless Outreach Positive Encounters- The San Antonio Approach to Homelessness
The Death of Maggie Schlosser, CIT and Postpartum Psychosis
De-escalation Begins with Understanding Your Brain, Stress, and Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Los Angeles Based Case Assessment Management Program (CAMP):  Risk management and reduction

CIT, MHFA for Public Safety & The IACP One Mind Pledge
VA and CIT, A Partnership

1:30 - 2:30
Utilizing Peer Services -  "More Than Just Training"

N.I.C.E. - Deescalation Techniques Taught by a Person Living with Bipolar Disorder

Copy That - David Boyle is not able to share his presentation.  To contact him:

Developing a Community Crisis Intervention Team Training using the Collaborative as Cash

Patrol Officers, Technology, and CIT: Closing the Information Gap with Crisis Diversion
Mobile Crisis Rapid Response Team - A 911 Police/Mental Health Response

Phoenix- The only thing hotter than our temperature is our Crisis System!
Treatment Alternative for Incarcerated Mentally Ill: CIT Implementation Challenges and Successes

Chinese Police Need CIT

CIT Is On The Scene:  Is Anyone Better Off?

Caregiver in Crisis - A Critical Resource

What's CIT got to do with it!!

2:45 - 3:45
Families have the most to give and gain in CIT
Homeless Outreach Team- The Next Step in Community Policing
Beyond Emergency Response: The Tucson Model’s Preventative Approach to Crisis and Safety
The Multi-layered Response to Persons in Crisis

Kansas City Assessment and Triage Center- Filling the Gaps in the Community
How Police/Mental Health Professional Partnerships Improve Healthcare (and Policing).
Learning Together: The CIT Knowledge Network

Citizens with Intellectual Disabilities: A Shift from Crisis Intervention to Crisis Prevention
Project EDGE: Cops and Mental Health Workers, Together on the Street

Tactical Wellness for Police and Corrections Officers
De-Escalation Strategies and Techniques

Enhancing CIT Training with Virtual Reality

4:00 - 5:00
Virginia CIT Assessment Sites:  A state’s Responsibility in Promoting Consumer Recovery
Stigma Free, Pain Free Me!
A Greater Good: Collaboration Between Law Enforcement and Acute Care Hospital Systems
Blue Print for Developing a CIT for Youth Program
Ripples in the Pond: Strategies for CIT & Co-Responder Program Expansion
They are calling 911 again???? - CIT Response to the Frequent Caller  + Handout:  Delirium vs. Psych
LGBTQIA+ in CIT? OMG, 10-4! (Protecting and serving another vulnerable population)

Adult Protective Services and Police Collaboration
Vicarious Trauma in the Law Enforcement Professional- Offering a Resiliency Initiative - Dr. Cipriano is unable to share his presentation.  To contact him:
E.R.A.S.E.(ing) the Stigma: Police Assisting Families Coping with Mental Illness
Empowerment and Leadership for CIT

Friday August 18, 2017
9:45 - 11:15    
Importance of Data Collection and Analysis to Drive Practice and Promote Sustainability
Florida's First Central Receiving Center - A Collaborative Community Effort
Accelerated CIT Learning Practices - Improving Learner Performance
Meeting in the Middle: Healthy Communication between Law Enforcement and Providers
Understanding Drug Impairment and Mental Health Equals Safety
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!  =  Best FREE videos for CIT Trainings and Presentations
Suicide by Cop: A Hostage Negotiator's Confrontation and the Aftermath.
Indigenizing Crisis Intervention Teams in Indian Country
The Lions, Zebras and Possums You Meet Everyday
Police-Mental Health Collaborations: Law Enforcement Responding Effectively to Youth in Crisis
Cleveland Division of Police: Opportunities to Transform Responses to Community

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