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It’s time for summer and that means students are graduating, school is letting out and it’s vacation season. Whether you are leaving town for a day at the beach, or a week-long vacation, it’s important to keep your homes secure and protected. Here are several tips from New Jersey State Police and local law enforcement…

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CIT-NJ would like to congratulate Passaic County Law Enforcement Coordinator Sergeant Lynette Buttler from the William Patterson University Police Department on her award from the Mental Health Association of Passaic County for her recognition and appreciation for her outstanding leadership and efforts in implementing CIT in Passaic County  

Nearly two dozen police officers from Hudson County and seven mental health professionals began a one week, 40-hour Crisis Intervention Team training program this morning aimed at producing better outcomes when law enforcement interacts with the mentally ill in crisis situations. “The CIT training is to prevent a lot of the violent situations and misunderstandings…

CIT-NJ had a very busy and exCITing day throughout the state today.     First, Essex County hosted their second CIT training for the year 2015, by hosting Class #66 at the Essex County Police Academy today.  CIT-NJ Center of Excellence wants to wish the class of #66 “Good luck” and also commend the Essex County…

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