Graduates of the latest Crisis Intervention Team training are, from left: front row – Gary Whitman, Benson police; Jamie Jackson, Johnston EMS; Robbie Raetz, Johnston County Sheriff’s Office; and Michael Joseph, East Carolina University Police; middle row – Alice O’Neal, Johnston County Mental Health Center; Brittany Messer, EMS; Felix Moody, EMS; Billy Langston, EMS; and Jimmy Bracy, Murfreesboro police; and back row – Jeffery Poole, EMS; Joey Harrell Jr., Sheriff’s Office; Joseph Benson, Sheriff’s Office; and Andy Jernigan, Clayton police.
Graduates of the latest Crisis Intervention Team training are, from left: front row – Gary Whitman, Benson police; Jamie Jackson, Johnston EMS; Robbie Raetz, Johnston County Sheriff’s Office; and Michael Joseph, East Carolina University Police; middle row – Alice O’Neal, Johnston County Mental Health Center; Brittany Messer, EMS; Felix Moody, EMS; Billy Langston, EMS; and Jimmy Bracy, Murfreesboro police; and back row – Jeffery Poole, EMS; Joey Harrell Jr., Sheriff’s Office; Joseph Benson, Sheriff’s Office; and Andy Jernigan, Clayton police. JOHNSTON COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
Graduates of the latest Crisis Intervention Team training are, from left: front row – Gary Whitman, Benson police; Jamie Jackson, Johnston EMS; Robbie Raetz, Johnston County Sheriff’s Office; and Michael Joseph, East Carolina University Police; middle row – Alice O’Neal, Johnston County Mental Health Center; Brittany Messer, EMS; Felix Moody, EMS; Billy Langston, EMS; and Jimmy Bracy, Murfreesboro police; and back row – Jeffery Poole, EMS; Joey Harrell Jr., Sheriff’s Office; Joseph Benson, Sheriff’s Office; and Andy Jernigan, Clayton police. JOHNSTON COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

CIT completes fifth academy

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