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September 11,  2001

A community is a place where people live, work, worship, and play. It's also a gathering of people who live in the same area or who share common interests.  Communities can help keep themselves healthier by forming partnerships within the community that include representatives from law enforcement, criminal justice, neighborhood associations,  government, education, recreation, youth, seniors, parents, business, labor, health care, media,  houses of worship, and service organizations. Through these united efforts, citizens take ownership in their neighborhoods and build safer communities for the future.   Learn about us, and join our membership.

OUR MISSION: 
 
 
Provide and promote
crime prevention, education, training, technical assistance and professional development to crime prevention practitioners to improve the quality of life in Michigan communities
 

 


Attention Members, Summer/Fall Newsletter now available right here

OCTOBER IS CRIME PREVENTION MONTH
Click here for Resources


T
HE DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT’S POLICE COMMUNITY SERVICES
FALL 2007, 80-HOUR BASIC C
RIME PREVENTION CLASS
SEPTEMBER
24, 2007, THROUGH OCTOBER 5, 2007
OPEN TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL AND SECURITY PROFESSIONALS.
Click here for more information

 

 

Conference Information and Registration Form

 

 

Missing and Abducted Children
An Awareness Program and Response Initiative

Michigan Community Child Watch along with the Deputy Sheriff's Association and the National Center of Missing and Exploited Children will be sponsoring a one-day training conference.

 
When:    Friday October 26, 2007
Time:     9:00am - 5:00pm
              5221 Bay City Road
              Midland, MI
 
Cost:      $35.00     Click Here for Registration

 

Topics will include
A.  Scope of Missing Children
B.  Service that NCMEC has to offer
C.  Case Study
D.  First Responders Role

For more information contact

Sandi Jones, Administrative Assistant/Volunteer Coordinator, Community Services Unit
Kent County Sheriff's Department, (616) 632-6221

Grant Writing Workshops
All government and nonprofit agencies welcome

Kalamazoo, MI  October 15-16, 2007   
Hosted by Family Health Center, Inc.
Click here for information
Detroit, MI  December 3-4, 2007  
Hosted by the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments.  Click here for   information

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