Constable Paul Rowe Assistant MCIT Coordinator
The MCIT is a collaborative partnership between participating hospitals and the Toronto Police Service (TPS). The program partners a mental health nurse and a specially trained police officer to respond to 911 emergency and police dispatch calls involving individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. When MCIT attends a call, they will, assess the person in crisis; and, connect the person to an appropriate follow−up service.
The MCIT mandate is to
The program operates in 16 divisions across Toronto consisting of 25 police officers and 35 full-time, part-time & casual mental health nurses. To date, the Toronto Police Service is currently partnered with the following hospitals
The Mobile Crisis Intervention Team Coordinator works out of the Community Engagement & Partnerships Unit.
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