Crisis Intervention Team Program

The Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program is a community partnership of law enforcement, mental health professionals, mental health consumers and family member advocates. CIT's goal is to help persons with serious mental disorders access medical treatment rather than placing them in the criminal justice system for illness-related behaviors. 

 

The CIT Advisory Committee meets monthly or as called to discuss and resolve issues that come up from time to time regarding the LMPD CIT services, services of the hospital, psychiatric bed availability and any other related policies or criteria that affect the CIT Program.

 


Benefits of the CIT Program

 

Training

 

Crisis De-escalation Techniques

 

Common Myths of Suicide

 

Program Partners

 

Seven Counties Services' Crisis Prevention and Response Brochure

 

To find out more about the CIT Program, contact Sergeant Pam Oberhausen, CIT Program Coordinator for the Louisville Metro Police Department.

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