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Class Picture from Cedarburg, WI

Class Picture from Cedarburg, WI

Training & Events

Explore the trainings and technical assistance that NCPC offers.


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The National Crime Prevention Council delivers training and technical assistance tailored to meet the needs of agencies, communities, and others engaged in crime prevention. Crime trends and effective prevention strategies are constantly evolving and leaders must have the tools to meet new challenges. Through its Training and Technical Assistance Department, NCPC brings together national experts and master trainers to ensure that optimal public safety strategies and reliable data are available to audiences and leaders engaged in creating safer and more caring communities.

Organize a Training in Your Area

NCPC works with communities to identify goals and design and deliver one-day or multiday training sessions. It also offers extended technical assistance and facilitates comprehensive community planning initiatives. Its models have been successful in cities across the United States from Seattle, WA, to Spartanburg, SC.

Browse our training topics to learn more about what we offer. If you are interested in attending a training or setting one up in your area, please contact us.

If you already know what training you would like to attend and want to register for it, please download our training registration form.

Basic and Advanced Crime Prevention Trainings

Upcoming Basic and Advanced Crime Prevention trainings

File Basic Crime Prevention Training Course
Hosted by Kennesaw State University. June 7-9, 2016. Don't miss out on the early-bird special!

Campus Crime Prevention Trainings

Upcoming Campus Crime Prevention Trainings

Image Class Photo from Kennesaw State University
Class photo of the Campus Crime Prevention class hosted by Kennesaw State University on August 4-6, 2015. The 31 attendees represented colleges and universities throughout the Southeast and Midwest. Pictured are Chief Roger Stearns (far right), NCPC Master Trainer Chuck Sczuroski (far left) and the entire class, absent NCPC Trainer Lee Struble who also served as photographer.

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