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Presented by: Keri Fitzpatrick, M.S. and Terri Mabrito

Presented by: Keri Fitzpatrick, M.S. and Terri Mabrito

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  • More than one way to plan the seeds of an idea
  • The view can be daunting, have a plan
  • Note the blue bells/lupine Feeding takes action by the team and looking for partners
  • That which is tended to, grows. That which needs help, well, needs help. Seeds as a matter of fact.
  • Colorado Regional Community Policing Institute
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  • GRASSROOTS TO SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTATION PRESENTED BY: KERI FITZPATRICK, M.S. and TERRI MABRITO Cultivating Children’s CIT
  • Seeding, Weeding and Feeding CIT Programs
    • Plant the seed so that it may grow
  • Seeding, Weeding and Feeding CIT Programs
    • Defining Weeds
  • Seeding, Weeding and Feeding CIT Programs
    • Action is the product of the qualities inherent in nature.
    • Bhagavad Gita
  • When priorities compete…
  • One Statewide Approach CIT for Youth
  • Applying the Seed, Weed and Feed Model
    • New growth or building on what you have?
    • Who can help with the seeding and weeding?
    • How will feeding happen, and by whom, when?
    • What to do with weeds – maybe they are a flower in disguise?
    • Branching out: new programs, new focus, new collaborations create a renewal cycle.
  • Colorado CIT for Youth
    • Demonstrated and recognized need for training and response in the natural environment of youth
    • Purposely selected strengths-based, developmentally appropriate approach– CIT Plus—concept
    • Ran a pilot in 2005, first 30 officers and school personnel mixed course
    • 2006 launched 2x yearly courses
    • Lessons Learned
            • SUSTAINABILITY CONSIDERATIONS
  • A Local Grassroots Approach
    • Bexar County/San Antonio, Texas
    CCIT for School Officers and Administrators CIT (adult focus) – local law enforcement begins 2003 CCIT 40 hour for School Officers 2008
    • Funding pursued.
    • TCLEOSE MHPO cert.
    • Develop partnership with local university.
    CCIT 24 hour for school administrators 2009
  • Bexar County Children’s Crisis Intervention Training
    • Recognized need for training and response in the school campus environment of children and youth
    • Attended Adult CIT and Visited Colorado CIC
    • Piloted 40 hour course in 2008 with first 30 officers
    • 2009 piloted 24 hour school administrator training
    • Lessons Learned
            • SUSTAINABILITY CONSIDERATIONS