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Forensic-led Policing in Denver

March 2019

Hosted by the BJA National Training and Technical Assistance Center in partnership with the Denver, Colorado Police Department, this October 19, 2016, webinar provided the criminal justice community with information about the Denver Crime Lab, including how their customer-focused philosophy has helped solve crime.

CMPD Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)

September 2016

CIT is a community-based collaboration between law enforcement, mental health agencies, consumers and family members, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)-Charlotte, and Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC).

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)