CIT in Action
Sneak Peek! Responding to Youth with Mental Health Needs: A CIT for Youth Implementation Manual
In July, NAMI will release Responding to Youth with Mental Health Needs: A CIT for Youth Implementation Manual. CIT in Action readers can get the first sneak peek and download the manual today!
Cruel and Unusual Punishment: The Continuing Criminalization of Mental Illness
In an unprecedented decision, the Supreme Court recently affirmed a lower courts ruling that the overcrowding in California’s prisons is so severe that it violated the U.S. Constitution’s ban on “cruel and unusual punishment.”
A Training Officer’s Perspective on CIT
Sgt. Johnny K. Jines a 27 year veteran of law enforcement, shares his perspectives as a CIT training officer for the Jackson, Tenn., Police Department.
New Resource for Collaborating with Academic Researchers
The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy at George Mason University has created a new resource to help criminal justice leaders connect with academic centers and researchers.
News and Announcements
NAMI Convention Preview
If you haven’t already planned your trip to the NAMI convention in July, it’s not too late! The convention will feature a number of exciting sessions on criminal justice and mental health.
CIT International Conference
The 2011 CIT International Conference will be in Virginia Beach, September 12-14. Register today!
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Mark your calendar for two upcoming webinars!
“Innovative Strategies for Crisis Intervention for Youth with Mental Health Needs”
Tuesday Aug. 23, 3-4:30 p.m. Eastern
More information coming soon!
“Addressing Mental Health Disparities through CIT”
When: August 9, 3-5:30 p.m. Eastern
Registration link: Registration is required by August 8. Register here. Further details provided upon registration and updates from hosts will be provided as the event nears.