Sixth Police Crisis Intervention Team class Graduates – Carroll County Public Safety Training Center, November 8, 2019 by Kevin Dayhoff
Smart policing at its best for the 21st Century: Twenty-five police officers from multiple Carroll County law enforcement agencies recently graduated from the sixth Carroll County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training class.
The police agencies included the Westminster Police Department, the Mount Airy Police Department, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, Carroll County Detention Center, Carroll Community College Campus Police Department, McDaniel College Department of Campus Safety, and the Maryland State Police
The ceremonies, led by Westminster Police Captain Thomas Kowalczyk, were held November 8, 2019 at the Carroll County Public Safety Training Center. The audience included Westminster Councilwoman Ann Thomas Gilbert; Veronica Dietz, LCSW-C- Carroll County Health Department Crisis Services; Carol Carr-Meinecke- NAMI Carroll County; Captain Nikki Heuer, Chief Tom Ledwell, McDaniel College Campus Safety officer Tom Davis, and over 100 law enforcement officers and their families.
Westminster Police Officers Allen Ecker, Mindy Phillips, are Brian Smith, were among the twenty-five officers that recently graduated from the CIT training – pictured here with Westminster Police Chief Tom Ledwell.
Councilmembers Ann Thomas Gilbert and I were there representing Westminster Mayor Joe Dominick, Council President Greg Pecoraro, Tony Chiavacci, and Benjamin Yingling.