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CJCCOE CIT Peer Review

The Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence (CJ/CCOE) works with CIT Coordinators across Ohio to strengthen our collective understanding of the core elements and emerging best practices within CIT. One way to collect these emerging best practices is through a Peer Review Process. The peer review is a voluntary, collegial process built on identifying and integrating the best elements of CIT programs.

The Peer Review Process consists of four phases: A Self Assessment conducted by the county
under review, a Desk Audit that provides detail on the program and training curriculum, a Site
Visit by a team of reviewers, and a written report summarizing the review team’s observations.

As part of the Consent Decree between the City of Cleveland and the Department of Justice, the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County and the Cleveland Division of Police participated in the Peer Review Process. that was concluded in April 2015.

Request these documents via email to Beth Zietlow-DeJesus.


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