Sandhills Center cosponsors CIT training in Moore, Lee counties
Publication Date: October 01, 2019
Lee County hosted a 40-hour Crisis Intervention Team training class at the Lee County Emergency Services Training Center, part of Central Carolina Community College. The class was held Sept. 24-27, 2019. Capt. Greg Deck of the Sanford Police Department served as the host officer. Thirteen students -- representing the Sanford PD, Lee County Sheriff's Office and the NC Department of Public Safety-Probation and Parole -- participated in the training. CIT in Lee County is cosponsored by Sandhills Center, Therapeutic Alternatives, Central Carolina Community College, LeeCAN, Sandford PD, and NAMI-Cumberland, Harnett and Lee Counties.Photo credit: Heather Odendahl, Sandhills Center.
Lee County CIT graduates - September 2019
Moore County holds its 21st CIT class
Moore County hosted its 21st Crisis Intervention Team training class the week of Sept. 16, 2019, at Van Dusen Hall on the campus of Sandhills Community College. Sgt. Todd Maness and Lt. Bryan Monroe of the Moore County Sheriff's Office served as host officers. The 40-hour class was comprised of 14 officers from the Aberdeen Police Department, Moore County Sheriff's Office, Hoke County Sheriff's Office and Whispering Pines Police Department, as well as two telecommunicators from the Southern Pines Police Department. CIT in Moore County is a partnership between Sandhills Center, the Moore County Sheriff's Office, NAMI-Moore County, FirstHealth and Sandhills Community College.Photo credit: George E. Reynolds Jr., NAMI-Moore County.
Moore County CIT graduates - September 2019