National Crisis Intervention Training Institute, Inc.

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We are dedicated to

Aiding Victims & Survivors of Trauma, Abuse, Exploitation & Tragic Loss.

WHAT WE DO

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TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE DIVISION

37 of NCITI's courses are Accredited by the State of Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training, and are also applicable to clinicians, social workers, and other helping professionals.  Our various Team Members provide both on-site and remote technical assistance to law enforcement agencies.  The Training and Technical Assistance Division joins with the Critical Response Division to extend these services.

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CRITICAL RESPONSE DIVISION

Our Critical Response Division's responsibilities include  conducting Psychological Autopsies, assisting Agencies in Stalking Investigations, Behavioral Analysis, and Crimes Against Children Investigations, as well as  providing Crisis Intervention and other Support Services, described below.

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CRISIS INTERVENTION SERVICES

Our "Notes of Adam's Song" program provides Mutual Aid Support to "Parental Survivors,"  while our "M*A*S*H Unit" (Mobile Army Spiritual Hospital) provides mutual aid support to "wounded heroes, helpers, and healers," who have suffered psychological, emotional, and spiritual injuries, due to their exposure to sustained trauma of others.  NCITI, Inc. also networks with other organizations to provide direct support services to other victims and survivors of human trafficking, domestic abuse, and organized spiritual abuse.

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