Crisis Intervention in Higher Education Webinar

Submitted by Thom Janini, janini.4@osu.edu

The Ohio Program for Campus Safety and Mental Health is pleased to announce their September Webinar: Crisis Intervention in Higher Education. ATI faculty and staff are invited to view the webinar on Tuesday, September 24 from noon to 1:00 pm in Skou 206. You may also view the webinar at your own location by registering at https://neomed.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_w1lvDAEETGWMLqseobuPiA. Crisis Intervention in Higher Education Speaker: Jeff Futo Jeff Futo is a current police officer and former Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Coordinator for Kent State University Police Services. Under his guidance, Kent State University Police Services received the CIT Program of the year (Ohio) in 2013. Officer Futo was awarded the 2010 Campus CIT Officer of the Year (Ohio) and was a 2010 Kent State University President’s Excellence Award recipient. He is a CIT consultant for the CJ CCoE providing targeted technical assistance to law enforcement agencies and serves as a CIT program peer reviewer. In his current assignment, he advises and assists with public safety initiatives on all Kent State University campuses. This webinar will cover the Crisis Intervention Team Model in law enforcement, mental health crisis trends and reporting structures, and multidisciplinary care teams in higher education. Officer Futo can be contacted at jfuto@kent.edu