Justice and Mental Health Training Center



This program is designed to customize training for various criminal justice stakeholders. The goal is to help the disciplines understand a greater perspective of the individual who is or at risk to be justice involved and interact to most effectively provide options for diversion, connection to resources, and a disposition that bends towards treatment not punishment for mental illness. Topics covered include mental health, substance use disorders, stigma, trauma, accessing community resources, and creating environments that allow for de-escalation. 

CLEET Certified Security Guard Training

Click the link below to register for upcoming training. Trainings are free, qualify as 4 hours (2 of mental health), and will include a block of training with the Tulsa Police Department's Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) certified trainers.
For more information, download a flyer here.


Areas of Training

  • Mental health

  • Substance use disorders

  • Stigma reduction

  • Trauma

  • Active listening skills

  • Stress Management

  • De-escalation techniques

  • Accessing Community Resources


Trainings Available for…

This training can be applicable and customized to many disciplines:

  • Security Officers

  • Probation and Parole Officers

  • Judges

  • Defense and Prosecution Attorneys

  • Court Staff

  • Detention Officers