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Officer of the Year

NAMI Wayne and Holmes Counties presents a CIT Officer of the Year Award for Wayne & Holmes Counties to a deserving patrolman who has completed the 40-hour CIT Training, and has demonstrated the values of the Crisis Intervention Team program.

The award is presented at the Annual Gathering of NAMI Wayne and Holmes Counties in August.

Nominations may be received from local police officers, social workers, case managers, or family members to nominate the CIT officer who has executed the mission of the CIT program, has used supportive law enforcement intervention in dealing with individuals affected by mental illness, and/or has performed a meritorious act related to the principals of CIT.

Click here for a current announcement of our 2014 CIT Officer of the Year Award.

Click here for a 2014 CIT Officer of the Year Nomination Form.

2013 - Officer Justin Estill of Millersburg Police Department, received the CIT Officer of the Year Award in 2013. He is standing with Dave Williams, Chief Probation Officer, Holmes County Juvenile Court, who nominated him.

2013 – Officer Justin Estill of Millersburg Police Department, received the CIT Officer of the Year Award in 2013. He is standing with Dave Williams, Chief Probation Officer, Holmes County Juvenile Court, who nominated him.

 2012  Officer Chad P. Stanton of the Ohio State University Police Department, Wooster campus, left, and Kristopher Conwill, a former Sergeant with Wooster Police Department, received the Officer of the Year award in 2012.


2012 Officer Chad P. Stanton of the Ohio State University Police Department, Wooster campus, left, and Kristopher Conwill, a former Sergeant with Wooster Police Department, received the Officer of the Year award in 2012.