Sphere on Spiral Stairs

See several CIT Training

opportunities being held throughout

the state below!

Teton County Sheriff's Office

Will be hosting a CIT Training on October 10 - 14th, 2022 at the 4H building, 255 W. Deloney Ave in Jackson, WY 

If interested, please contact Trevor Aitken at taitken@tetonsheriff.org or 307-732-8202.

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Gillette Police Department

Will be hosting a CIT Training on October 31 - November 4, 2022 as well as December 5, - 9, 2022. 

There will be 15 seats available to outside agencies for each session and there will be no charge to attend this training. Agencies will be responsible for the cost of lodging and meals for anyone attending the training from their agency. Please contact Lt. Kelly Alger or CPL. Christine Winterholler at (307)686-5232 for information or to sign up for training

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Casper Police Department

Will be hosting a CIT Training on November 14 - 18, 2022.

Please contact Tiffany Elhart telhart@casperwy.gov or our Career Services division; Luke Iselin; liselin@casperwy.gov, 307-235-8306.

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Powell Police Department

Will be hosting a CIT Training on November 14 - 18, 2022.

Please contact the Powell Police Department for more information - or stay tuned for an updated flyer

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Douglas County Sheriffs Office - Colorado

There are two 40-hour CIT classes remaining this year: September 12-16 and October 17-21. The October class is currently full with a waitlist, while we had a number of cancellations for next week's September class and currently have 7 open spots. There is no cost to attend the class, and students will need to attend all 40 hours for certification. The classes will be held Monday-Friday 0800-1700 hours at our Douglas County Sheriff Highlands Ranch Substation at 9250 Zotos Drive, Highlands Ranch, CO. There are plenty of hotel and restaurant options nearby, and students will have an hour or more for lunch each day. The course consists of a mix of classroom teaching and real-world scenario training with professional actors who exhibit various mental health issues and crises. Attire is business casual or training uniform, and you won't need to bring anything other than writing utensils for note-taking (manuals provided). If you wish to bring any weapons to class (not required), you will be required to down them in gun lockers prior to any scenario trainings. They will have a formal graduation ceremony on Friday following the last scenarios (around 1530 hours), and we ask that students wear Class A uniforms or business suits for this event. Supervisors are invited to attend this ceremony as well. Again, there is no cost to register.

Please contact Deputy Sean Heidman for more information - Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Colorado - 720-215-9819 or sheidman@dcsheriff.net

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