2022 CCPOA Symposium Registration Begins April 1, 2022
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What We Do

The Mission of the California Crime Prevention Officers’ Association (CCPOA) is to provide an environment where law enforcement personnel, public officials, community planners, service providers, educators, and business professionals can come together sharing a common goal of crime prevention through training, networking, and legislation.

Training

CCPOA is committed to providing its members with the latest crime prevention information, resources, tools and techniques in the prevention industry to assist professionals in the performance of their duties and to establish a consistency in the dissemination of information to the public by crime prevention and other professionals.

Membership

Interested in becoming a member? It’s easy!
Please fill out the application below and pay the annual $50.00 membership fee 🙂
*Membership is valid for the remainder of the year until December 31st of the payment year.

Networking

Annual Training Conference:

  • A four-day training symposium each September
  • Semi-Annual Norther and Southern Chapter Training
  • Monthly Regional Training/Meetings

Who We Are

In 1972, thirty officers from Northern California law enforcement agencies met in Concord, California. During the meeting the advantages of sharing strategies and concepts within the crime prevention field were discussed. This initial meeting resulted in the creation of the Northern California Crime Prevention Officers Association. Also during 1972, the first national crime prevention institute was established at the University of Louisville.

Meet Our Team

CCPOA operates under the leadership of the six member state board of directors, elected by the membership. The state is organized into two chapters North and South and each chapter is divided into five regions. Regional Directors oversee the operations of the regions while to chapter officers direct the chapter functions and also serve on the State Board of Directors.

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