The Minnesota Crime Prevention Association (MCPA) is a statewide, non-profit organization made up of citizens, law enforcement officers, and crime prevention practitioners who work together to promote, develop, and advance crime prevention programs. MCPA and its members foster cooperation, encourage the exchange of information, provide leadership, and seek involvement from all segments of society to expand, improve and develop crime prevention programs throughout Minnesota.
The MCPA is responsible for the operation and support of many statewide programs, training events, promotional items and most importantly crime prevention information and resources. These include the coordination of Night to Unite and Crime Free Multi-Housing. The annual conference hosted by the MCPA is held in October each year.
CPD Community Partnership Officer Julie Janke was recently installed as the Vice President of the MCPA organization.
Congratulations Officer Janke.