This CIT Academy is a forty-hour course of instruction that is completed in a one-week session.
The objectives of the CIT Academy are to:
• Increase officers' awareness of behavioral health issues and empathy of individuals experiencing behavioral health disorders.
• Instruct officers in effective techniques utilized when encountering individuals experiencing behavioral health issues and provide safer interventions.
Peace Officers who successfully complete this training and pass all required testing will be recognized by the State of Utah as a CIT Officer.
Non peace officers that successfully complete this training will receive a certificate of completion.
Due to some physical aspects of this academy, peace officers on light duty will not be allowed to attend.
Tuition for this Academy is $75
The Utah Department of Corrections
For further information, please contact CIT Corrections Coordinators:
Captain Joseph Doman
Captain Randall Honey
CIT Utah Academy Flyer - Corrections.pdf
• Broaden officers' knowledge of resources and understanding of legal issues.
• Assist officers with understanding how to provide the most appropriate resolutions.
The Layton City Police Department
& Davis Behavioral Health
Tuition for this Academy:
$75 for Peace Officers of agencies within Davis County.
$150 for Peace Officers of agencies outside of Davis County.
$75 for all Non Peace Officers
For further information, please contact:
CIT Regional Coordinator
Lt. Travis Lyman, Layton City Police Dept.
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$75 for Peace Officers of agencies within Tooele County.
$150 for Peace Officers of agencies outside of Tooele County.
CIT Regional Coordinators:
Steven Barrett, Valley Behavioral Health - Tooele
Subrina Langston, Valley Behavioral Health – Tooele
CIT Utah Academy Flier - Tooele Region.pdf
The Brigham City Police Department
The Logan City Police Department
& Bear River Mental Health
$75 for Peace Officers of agencies in Box Elder, Cache, and Rich Counties
$150 for Peace Officers of agencies outside of those counties
Sgt. Jared Glover, Brigham City Police Dept.
CIT Regional Coordinators
Sgt. Louise Speth, Logan City Police Dept.
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