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A lot of people are reeling from the loss of Rory, and here at CIT-NJ Center of Excellence we are no different. It is very evident now just how long his reach was. In the wake of his suicide, we felt it was important to share a quick story about him. First, we need to be…

New Jersey has been hard hit by the deadly novel coronavirus with more than thousands of deaths and tens of thousands of cases. Gov. Phil Murphy says more testing is still needed to get his state reopened. New Jersey hit two somber milestones in the coronavirus pandemic Wednesday as the death total from COVID-19 complications…

By Jelena Kecmanovic  If you’re feeling anxious, that’s understandable — and you are not alone. In late March, even before the coronavirus had reached the frightening benchmark of infecting more than 1 million people worldwide, 77 percent of American women and 61 percent of men were reporting personal stress, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll. Sixty-nine percent…

Tips for nurturing and protecting children at home As schools close and workplaces go remote to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, parents everywhere are struggling to keep children healthy and occupied. If you’re anxious about how to protect and nurture kids through this crisis — often juggling work obligations at the same time…

As of Wednesday, March 18, 2020 Mental Health Partnerships which oversees The Mental Health Association in Southwestern NJ and it’s programs Like CIT-NJ, are adjusting to new routines in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The Mental Health Association in Southern New Jersey (MHASWNJ) team will be working remotely for the health and safety of our…

The Following CIT-NJ Center of Excellence 40hr County programs have been CANCELLED for March. Atlantic County Hudson County Middlesex County Sussex County Mercer County Burlington County The Counties decisions to cancel these events were not taken lightly, but in the last couple days, counties have continued to learn of the increasing number of travel advisories and…

The officer also gave the family some money to help them get by for a few days. GARFIELD, NJ – After they couldn’t find a place to stay, a Garfield police officer paid for a homeless family to spend a few days in a local motel. Over the weekend, Patrol Officer Jonathan Librizzi a Bergen…

A dramatic video on August 10, 2019, shows Newark police officer Jason Inacio a 2015 CIT-NJ Center of Excellence Graduate from the Essex County Program Class #57 negotiating with a suicidal man who was holding a knife to his own throat. The encounter captured on body cam video shows a negotiator for the Newark Police…

A New Jersey Transit police officer helped a homeless man find his children after he hadn’t seen them in over two decades. Jose Lopez left Long Branch years ago to live in Florida. While he was there he lost everything – his home, his job and communication with his loved ones. When Lopez returned to…

The U.S. federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) went into effect in April 2003. Since then, questions have abounded about the extent to which HIPAA impacts law enforcement’s acquisition or dissemination of health information. This article seeks to clarify the mysteries of HIPAA and to simplify interpretations by examining three circumstances in which…

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