CIT FOR YOUTH by gjjur4356

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									CRISIS INTERVENTION
        TEAM
    Advanced Juvenile
          CIT

• BJA Grant funded (Feb 2010)
• NAMI – Greater Chicago
• Chicago Public Schools Crisis Unit
• Primary focus : School Patrol Officers, Special
  Victims Unit, Juvenile Intervention Service
  Center
• Identify emerging mental health issues
• Evaluation and diversion options prior to
  arrest
 Advanced Juvenile
       CIT

• Job Creation – Clinical Internships
• Adler, Chicago School of Psychology, Loyola
  University, UIC – Jane Adams School
• Track diversion outcomes – 6 months, 12
  months, 18 months
• Seamless Integration
• Educate School Administration, Teachers,
  Parents
                                CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM
                                   Juvenile Advanced CIT
                      Monday                     Tuesday                       Wednesday              Thursday                Friday
                      Roll Call                  Roll Call                      Roll Call             Roll Call              Roll Call

0800 – 0850          Introduction,       Substance Abuse &                    Violence &         Seamless Integration       Community
              Child / Adolescent           Co-Occurring                      Urban Trauma           with Schools             Resource
                       Overview              Disorders                          Part 1                                         Panel
                                                                                                                             Luncheon
0900 – 0950      Child & Adolescent               Risk                        Violence &              Juvenile
                 Brain Development             Assessment                    Urban Trauma            Legal Issues
                                                   &                            Part 2
                                                  Crisis
1000 – 1050        Mental Illness:            Intervention                  Eating Disorders &
                       Signs                      Skills                      Self Injurious
                         &               (The role of law enforcement /          Behavior
                                       first responders & officer safety)
                    Symptoms
1100 – 1150                                                                      Special         Mental Health JISC
                                                                              Circumstances           Project
1200 – 1300             Lunch                      Lunch                          Lunch                Lunch

1300 – 1350     Depression & Suicide          Psychotropic                     Department               FBI                 Summary &
                                              Medications                      Procedures          School Violence           Evaluation
                     Medical /                                                                            &
1400 – 1450        Developmental         Parents & Teachers                      Family            School Shooters      Written Examination
                    Disabilities              As Allies                        Perspectives
                                              (NAMI)                                &
1500 – 1550            Autism                                                   Consumer                                  Superintendent’s
                                                                                  Panel                                      Ceremony
   CIT FOR YOUTH

ADVANCED TRAINING / JUVENILE MATRIX

Monday
• Introduction, Child / Adolescent Overview
• Child & Adolescent Brain Development
• Mental Illness: Signs & Symptoms
• Depression & Suicide
• Medical/Developmental Disabilities
   CIT FOR YOUTH

Tuesday
• Substance Abuse & Co-Occurring Disorders
• Risk Assessment & Crisis Intervention Skills
• Psychotropic Medications
• Parents & Teachers As Allies (NAMI)
   CIT FOR YOUTH

Wednesday
• Violence & Urban Trauma - Part 1
• Violence & Urban Trauma - Part 2
• Eating Disorders & Self Injurious Behavior
• Special Circumstances
• Department Procedures
• Family Perspectives & Consumer Panel
   CIT FOR YOUTH

Thursday
• Seamless Integration with Schools
• Juvenile Legal Issues
• Mental Health JISC Project
• FBI-School Violence/School Shooter Training
   CIT FOR YOUTH

Friday
• Community Resource Panel
• Luncheon
• Feedback & Dialogue
• Course Summary & Review
• Written Examination
• Superintendent’s Ceremony
Chicago Public Schools
   Culture of Calm
      Initiative
• Identify the High Schools at greatest risk for violence
• Create a safe school environment
• Collaborative approach to discipline, including evaluation/treatment for
  mental health issues
        CPD CIT
        CPS Crisis Unit
• Train school administration & staff on mental health issues
• Explore treatment alternative options first to address discipline issues
• Increase graduation rates/decrease expulsion rates
• Expand afterschool options and safe transport to and from school for
  extra-curricular activities
    CHICAGO POLICE
      DEPARTMENT
Crisis Intervention Team
              Lt. Jeff Murphy
  Crisis Intervention Team Coordinator
       Office of the Superintendent
    Neighborhood Relations Division
           3510 S. Michigan Ave
           Chicago, Illinois 60653
      Contact Officer: Kurt Gawrisch
   Kurt.gawrisch@chicagopolice.org
     312 745-5745 Fax 312 745-6935

								
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