The Concord Police Department Crisis Intervention Team consists of officers specially trained in dealing with individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. The training these officers receive, combined with the exhaustive selection process of officers to the team, provides the most effective tool that the Department can offer to those in crises. Officers receive training in recognition of mental illness, de-escalation techniques, and resources available to those experiencing a mental health crisis. The Concord Police Department annually responds to thousands of calls for service involving individuals who suffer from mental illness. The Department is committed to providing the best service to those individuals as well as securing the safety of others in the community.
The Crisis Intervention Team Coordinator is Lt. Ranee Boyd. She can be reached at 603-225-8600 ext. 3044 or by emailing Ranee Boyd.