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On behalf of the officers and board of directors we would like to welcome you to the Internet home of the Florida Crime Prevention Association (FCPA). The Florida Crime Prevention Association is the oldest existing crime prevention association in the United States. Consisting of approximately 200 individual members, agency members and prevention professionals, the Florida Crime Prevention Association has been dedicated to the higher ideals of crime prevention and community safety since 1969.
Take a few minutes and browse through our site.We believe you will find our website useful and informative. Our goal is to make this a reference and resource tool for law enforcement professionals, the business community and most importantly, the citizens we serve.
Please consider joining our association and help to further our crime prevention efforts.
Avoiding Money Wiring Scams - Imposters. Impersonators. Fakes. Frauds. Phonies. You might call them by different names but these scam artists have one thing in common: they pretend to be someone they aren’t and tell you a bogus story to con you into wiring them money.
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Sandy Hook Advisory Commission's recommendations include adopting the all-hazards approach; teacher, staff and student training, door lock changes and more.
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The latest issue of FCPA Training & Trends in available in the members only area
2015 Southern States Crime Prevention Training Conference in Sarasota, Florida, October 19 – October 23, 2015. This marks our association’s 46th annual conference and we are putting together training classes that will help your officers with some of the difficult things they face each day.
This training opportunity is perfect for crime prevention officers and staff, community police officers, school resource officers, volunteers, as well as members of the community who are interested in learning more about crime prevention and the issues that face our communities every day.