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					THE MARYLAND COMMUNITY
    CRIME PREVENTION
        INSTITUTE

  State of Maryland Department of
   Public Safety and Correctional
              Services
    POLICE AND CORRECTIONAL
     TRAINING COMMISSIONS
  INTRODUCTION

 Patricia Sill, Administrator
Maryland Community Crime
Prevention Institute (MCCPI)
           MCCPI
Formerly “Maryland Crime Watch”
            (1978)
  Crime Prevention Literature,
   Public Awareness, State’s
 Advocate for Crime Prevention
    *MCCPI created 1989
   Organizational Structure
            *Staff
  *MCCPI Steering Committee
    MCCPI’S MISSION
To serve as the State’s advocate
  for the development of crime
       prevention initiatives
   throughout the state within
   both the public and private
              sector.
     MCCPI OBJECTIVES
 -To increase public awareness of the
 crime problem and crime prevention
 methods citizens can utilize to reduce
     their chances of victimization;
  -To facilitate the commitment and
    cooperative involvement of law
enforcement agencies, elected officials,
  community groups, and citizens in
       crime prevention activities;
    MCCPI OBJECTIVES
-To assist the above-mentioned groups
 and individuals in the development of
   uniform, consistent, and effective
    crime prevention programming;
     -To provide support for crime
 prevention training programs for law
   enforcement officers and relevant
   business and community groups;
 -To administer the annual Governor’s
  Crime Prevention Awards Program;
     MCCPI OBJECTIVES
    -To support the activities of the
Maryland Crime Prevention Association
   and to assist with these activities
          whenever possible;
-To support the activities and programs
     of the National Citizens Crime
 Prevention Campaign (NCCPC) and to
 encourage local participation in these
               programs;
  -To serve as a Resource Center for
    crime prevention information in
             Maryland; and
  MCCPI OBJECTIVES
-To administer the State D.A.R.E (Drug
Abuse Resistance Education) Program.
D.A.R.E. is a drug abuse and violence
    prevention program that uses
 uniformed police officers to present
  info to children in the classroom.
  MCCPI provides: Officer Training;
  In-Service Training; Review and
Evaluation; and Technical Assistance.
Upcoming Trainings for
              2012
 Residential Crime Prevention Training*
             (4 day course)
   Sept. 24-27, 2012-Washington Co.
      Sheriff’s Office, Hagerstown
Commercial Crime Prevention Training*
             (5-day course)
  June 4-8, 2012 - McDaniel College,
      Westminster – (completed)
*Special 2-day Trainings may be
  provided upon request:
                    cont.
 Upcoming Trainings for
              2012
Community Gang Awareness/Prevention (TOT) -
                  Upon request
   MD Seniors And Law Enforcement (SALT)
    Quarterly Network Meetings/Trainings
      Sept. 12, Dec. 12, 2012 Annapolis
              Current Trends 7.5
  Sept. 25, 2012 - Aberdeen Proving Ground
             Current Trends VIII
    Nov. 14-15, 2012 – PSETC, Sykesville
         DARE Officer Training (DOT)
     Sept. 9-21, 2012-PSETC, Sykesville
Upcoming Trainings for
       2012
        MD Crime Prevention Association
                   ½ Day trainings:
  August 3,2012-Garrett College (completed)
      August 15, 2012 – Baltimore (closed)
                  Annual Conference
     October 15-18, (tentative)–Ocean City
                     Other events:
Aug. 7, 2012-National Night Out Against Crime
  Annual Governor’s Crime Prevention Awards
Additional training programs currently being planned –
         Others will be conducted upon request.
Crime Prevention Training Topics
      for the 21st Century
    Personal Safety             Cyber Bullying
    Gangs                       Sexting
    Homeland Security           Target Hardening
    Financial Exploitation      Holiday Safety
    Internet Safety             Neighborhood Watch
    Child Safety                Workplace Violence
    Drugs of Abuse              Electronic Dating
    Identity Theft               Violence
    Bullying
          Contact us
 Telephone: 410-875-3425
 Toll free: 800-303-8802
 Fax: 410-875-3420
 mailbox@dpscs.state.md.us
 Visit us on the web:
  www.dpscs.state.md.us/aboutdpscs/pct
  /ccpi/

				
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