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Your donation helps MCPA Inc. provide information and training's for community, businesses, and law enforcement in areas of crime prevention and current trends. Please be assured that 100% of your donation goes to funding our crime prevention efforts.

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Phone: (410) 887-5901
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Our Mission

The mission of the Maryland Crime Prevention Association, Inc. (MCPA) is to facilitate the promotion and advancement of crime prevention information and activities in the state of Maryland. The MCPA organization is committed to effective and efficient crime prevention programming throughout Maryland. We are a collaboration of crime prevention practitioners throughout Maryland and surrounding states. Members include police, sheriff, correctional and security professionals, business people and community leaders. MCPA, Inc. is a 501(C)(3) organization so your donation is tax deductible. We greatly appreciate sponsor donations!  Below are some of our sponsors:

MCPA  Inc. is a collaboration of crime prevention practitioners and interested citizens throughout the State of Maryland. Our members include police, sheriff, correctional, security professionals, business people and community leaders, as well as interested citizens and crime prevention supporters from across our state.

For additional information, contact:

Maryland Crime Prevention Association at (410) 887-2587 or Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute at (800) 303-8802 or another board member at the number listed.

* MCCPI is a state government agency which provides training and support in areas of crime prevention. It is part of the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission.

Project Blue Light

In 1988 Mrs. Dolly Craig wrote a letter to the Concerns of Police Survivors.  In her letter Mrs. Craig advised that she would be placing a blue light in her window during the Holiday Season to honor her son-in-law,  Officer Danny Gleason, Philadelphia Police Department , who had been killed in the line of duty.  This was the beginning of Project Blue Light and twenty seven years later it is still ongoing.  The color blue is symbolic of peace.  During this Holiday Season please place a blue light in your window to show your support of America’s Peacekeepers and to honor our brothers and sisters who have made the ultimate sacrifice so we are safe and able to enjoy the holidays with our families.  Bless You and please Stay Safe!!!

TrackChair Fundraiser

The Maryland Crime Prevention Association is partnering with EmbroidMe of Westminster in their effort to raise funds to provide a TrackChair to a disabled veteran. The cost to provide one TrackChair is approximately fifteen to seventeen thousand dollars.  Please help us help the disabled be enabled. Your donation is fully tax deductible. For more information click here.