Courtney Tassin is a licensed professional counselor who oversees the City of Aurora, Colorado’s first responder crisis intervention programs. She has a masters in Forensic Psychology from the University of Denver and prior to her role as City of Aurora Crisis Intervention Program Manager, she worked as a clinician and targeted violence prevention specialist for the Aurora Police Department’s co-responder model, the Crisis Response Team, the federal prison system, competency restoration clinics and community mental health center re-entry programs. Additionally, she is a founding member of the Colorado-Preventing Targeted Violence program run by the Colorado Fusion Center and is a master trainer for the Department of Homeland Security’s National Threat Evaluation and Reporting Course.