ARIZONA CRIME PREVENTION ASSOCIATION
The Arizona Crime Prevention Association (ACPA) was created in 1977 by crime prevention officers, civilian employees, volunteers, and members of security and loss prevention industries, dedicated to the promotion of Crime Prevention Awareness throughout the state of Arizona.
Our mission is to focus attention on local, state and regional issues related to crime prevention and provide a forum for the exchange, coordination and teaching of ideas, concepts and programs pertaining to the reduction of crime.
In an effort to expand communication between police agencies and the communities they serve, the ACPA Inc. in 2012 began a business merger with Fax Net 1. As part of this transition, Fax Net 1 was renamed “Bolocop” as the program expanded from a statewide to a nationwide website platform. This website uses the most up-to-date technology in providing police agencies an easy method of distributing crime related information to communities and business groups as well as linking possible crimes.
Help us continue to offer free and low-cost training by using Goodsearch.com (through Yahoo) and specifying the ACPA as your non-profit of choice when you search! Just enter "Arizona Crime Prevention Association" where it says "enter your favorite charity or school here." Use the search box like you would normally. Using Goodsearch.com does not cost you anything. Shopping and dining through Goodsearch will also give a percentage to ACPA.
Refuse to be a Victim Training in Sierra Vista, Arizona on June 22-23
How to collect DNA video
National Crime Prevention Council 2013 Training Calendar
2012 Annual Report
The ACPA 2012 Annual Report can be viewed here.
The ACPA is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
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