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  1. John Thain:

    CIT had many things that were broken and needed to be fixed, what's left will be primarily a U.S.-based commercial bank, and that's what Ellen's expertise is.

  2. Amy Watson:

    CIT-trained officers seem to have an idea of wanting to take time and wait it out to see if they can get the person to calm down, non-CIT-trained officers seem to have that point where 'It's on.'.

  3. Amy Watson:

    Sometimes, (police) walk into a situation and the gun's already pointed, and they have few options at the point. But sometimes things escalate very quickly, cIT takes a step back and get(s) the person to calm down. CIT officers are better prepared to work through that and come to some kind of solution.

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