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​2019 Statewide Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Meeting

When: March 26, 2019

What: The Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD), in collaboration with the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services and Centre County CIT, will hold the annual Statewide Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) meeting at the Days Inn Penn State, State College on March 26, 2019.

This one-day event will feature informative sessions covering topics on officer wellness, CIT in Corrections, and a special session by Dr. Negola on Post Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Our Veterans.  Lastly, we are pleased to host Stacey Jenkins, M. Psych., a law enforcement veteran with over 20 years' experience with the Ft. Wayne, Indiana Police Department, who will share his compelling story of success through change and stress management.

Where: Days Inn Penn State, 240 South Pugh Street, State College, PA 16801

There is a limited block of rooms available at a rate of $99/night.  For overnight accommodations, please call 814-238-8454 and indicate you are with the PCCD event and supply them with the Code 032519PCC, when you make your reservation.  Deadline for the discounted room rate is February 25, 2019.

Who Should Attend: CIT certified personnel; CIT Coordinators; and CIT program personnel from established CIT counties and from counties/municipalities that are establishing new CIT programs are encouraged to participate.

Registration is no longer available for this event. 

View Agenda [Updated on 3/14/2019]

View Sessions Descriptions [Updated on 3/14/2019]


Crisis Intervention & Mental Health: Using Psychology & People Skills - Stacey Jenkins, M. Psych., Ft. Wayne, Indiana Police Department

Critical Incident Stress Management - John Staje, Patrick Pauly, Seven Mountains Susquehanna Valley CISM Team.

Post Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Our Veterans - Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist Department of Veteran Affairs