MISSOURI CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM (MO CIT) COUNCIL
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Corporal Maggie Schanzmeyer, Boonville Police Department has been instrumental in spreading the word about crisis intervention in our community. She sits on our local CIT council board, spreading the word throughout the department making sure they are utilizing CIT methods and connecting community members to resources through the Community Mental Health Liaison (CMHL) program. She is passionate about bridging the gaps between law enforcement and our youth through the Shop with a Cop program she started in 2019. She is always ready to head into any situation, with the goal of helping and resolution, from getting someone out of a burning house, making kids Christmas special, to finding the owner of a lost bird. She is passionate in her work by building relationships, through the division in our nation, she proudly represents law enforcement in her community. Corporal Schanzmeyer was born to do this job and works tirelessly every day to make a better world for her children, family and those that live in her community. Corporal Maggie Schanzmeyer represents the impact that CIT should bring.
Just a few of things to showcase Corporal Schanzmeyer as a LEO:
Missouri Crisis Intervention Team Internationally Recognized...
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The Missouri Crisis Intervention Team (MO CIT) Council is focused on the health and safety of our communities, agency providers, their staff and patients. Click below to learn more on the COVID-19 virus, myStrength and important updates.
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The Missouri Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Council is a network of representatives from each established local council across the state, Community Mental Health Liaisons (CMHLs), state agencies and associations, and those with lived experience. The Council works to address any structural barriers at the state level and advocates for policy and legislative changes that may be necessary to support health and wellness. The Council also provides direction and support on the CIT curriculum, training expansion, and implementation of the program.
Request to join MO CIT ListServ:
For more information about creating a CIT Council in your area, please contact:
Jason Klaus, Detective
Missouri CIT Coordinator
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221 Metro Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109
Contact: Jason Klaus, Detective
Missouri CIT Coordinator
Contact: Kimberly Hicks
Community Integration Manager
Contact: Crystal Kent, Detective
Contact: Katie Horstman
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