NYS CPC Newsletter: The newsletter features articles on current crime prevention technology, topics,
trends and programs; notification of regional, state and national association
activities, and identifies legislative issues. Also, it provides an open forum
Annual Conference: The
conference offers an opportunity to attend a wide range of trainings and workshops
on crime prevention topics, and enables members to network and share ideas
and programs with other practitioners from around the state.
Annual Awards Banquet: Held in conjunction with NYS CPC’s Annual
Conference, the banquet offers a time to meet with colleagues and to honor
individuals who have made outstanding contributions to crime prevention.
Training Programs: Members have access to a variety of basic and
advanced training programs presented in cooperation with regional associations.
The seminars are held throughout the year and are offered to members at a
National Affiliation: with the National Crime Prevention Council,
Washington, D.C. affords members an opportunity to obtain crime prevention
materials and information on numerous topics and notification of national
Regional Associations: Associations around the state provide services
and support to their members and input to the NYS CPC
Professionalism: The opportunity to be certified by NYS CPC as a
Crime Prevention Specialist. NYS CPC awards the designation of “specialist”
to members who meet specified qualifications.
NYS CPC Office: Staff is available to assist and support the needs
of the membership.
Toll Free Access: Dial 1-800-NYS-CPCC
(697-2722) to receive membership services,
assistance and training information.
Active: An individual currently engaged in or retired from service as a crime prevention practitioner by a law enforcement/government agency or community crime prevention
program. Dues: $35.00/Annually.
Associate: An individual
displaying an interest in and a desire to foster the goals of this organization. Requires sponsorship by two Active Members. Dues: $35.00/Annually
Agency: Agency Membership
may be granted to law enforcement and non-profit organizations (501 C3), community-based organizations or neighborhood crime prevention programs which exhibit an interest
and desire to foster the mission and objectives of the Coalition. Dues: $100.00/Annually.