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Law Enforcement Officers are frequently front-line responders to persons in crisis with a serious mental illness. In an effort to better prepare officers to respond to these individuals, a number of communities (more than 500 in the US) have developed a
Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program. These initiatives are modeled after the parent program which began in 1988 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Johanna Covault, LCSW, CIT Coordinator, Trauma and Justice Partnerships, Mecklenburg County Department of Public Health, 704-619-4496; Johanna.Covault@mecklenburgcountync.gov
Ebony Rao, LPC, CIT Clinical Supervisor, Trauma and Justice Partnerships, Mecklenburg County Department of Public Health 980-314-8617; firstname.lastname@example.org
Lt. Jeremiah Blow, Community Wellness Division, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department
Major Daniel Johnson, Office of Professional Compliance, Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office980-314-5007; Daniel.Johnson@mecklenburgcountync.gov
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