The Maryland Crime Prevention Association Inc. has been a 501(c)3 non-profit Organization since 2009 and was established in 1983. Now donations made to the MCPA organization are tax-deductible. Having become a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization has enabled us to create new relationships and develop partnerships in our quest to keep Maryland a safer place to live, work and raise a family.
In today’s world Homeland Security is one of the most important concerns in our nation as well as our members. The Maryland Crime Prevention Association plays a vital role in the Homeland Security arena by providing timely up-dates and informative training that helps keep our members aware and safe. Our goals are to continue to provide Homeland Security information, training, support to our members and assist with our nation’s security efforts.
MCPA holds an annual conference every year in Ocean City Maryland the week of October. The program provided is a well rounded informational platform for all members to attend. This year’s 2018 conference is now in the planning stages for the week of October 8th through the 11th. For additional conference information or if you would like information on attending the 2018 conference, please click on the "2018 Conference" link above.
2017 was a year that provided many training opportunities for our members and guests and we hope that you had an opportunity to take advantage of each one. In the ever changing climate of law enforcement, MCPA is gearing up for 2018 with updated topics and trainings and our annual conference that promises to be even better than this past year’s.
I encourage you to read over our safety tip section. Here you will find important information on a host of topics that are appropriate and informative. We always make sure that our safety information is available to our visitors whether they are members of the Maryland Crime Prevention Association or not.
On behalf of the Maryland Crime Prevention Association I thank you for visiting our site and invite you and or your organization to become members with us. Please consider becoming our newest member by going to our membership information section and signing up today.
Let’s make MCPA even stronger in 2018 by getting the message out and help increase our membership. Support MCPA and let everyone know how they and their organization can benefit by becoming members.
Living safely is a choice. Together we can help ourselves and our nation live safer in today’s environment.
Remember to always stay safe, stay involved, and move forward!
For additional information contact the Maryland Crime Prevention Association at (410) 596-5346
or Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute at
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