Intercept 0 “Before the @#%* Hits the Fan”: How to Implement Prevention Into your CIT Program Presentation
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Engaging people with first episode psychosis and What happens if an officer is mentally ill? Podcast
Nils and Matt start this episode off answering questions around law enforcement and if they are prohibited from having a firearm if they have a mental illness. We then listen in to Melissa Garzon MD and Caroline Bonham MD as they talk about first episode psychosis on the CIT ECHO.
“That can’t be real... or is it?!?” A guide to delusions, hallucinations, and illusions. Plus CIT vs. CIT Training? Podcast
This is the presentaion that was presented at the CIT Internation 2018 conference on today's date.
Are cops required to stay in shape? Robert Salazar shares his journey with behavioral health. Podcast
PURE Communications and De-Escalation (Unite) but first do you have to mean as a Cop and how do medications work? Podcast
Sgt. Jamie Sipes from the St. Paul Minnesota Police Department comes on the show to talk to Matt Tinney about their approach to better serving those living with a mental illness.
He discusses how they came together with the community to address programs, training, policies, and more as they relate to interactions between someone living with a mental illness and the police department. Jamie talks about the new unit that he is part of, the Mental Health Unit. What their goals are and what he would like to see in 10 years.
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The Saint. Paul Police Department (SPPD) just created a brand new unit to connect people in crisis with the care they need, helping to significantly reduce mental-health-crisis-related arrests and repeat calls for service.
With a concentration on community outreach, the unit seeks to be part of the conversation before tragedy occurs—and possibly prevent or disrupt the behaviors.