A 501C-3 non-profit organization
Message From Your President
I hope that each of you had a safe Halloween and are now looking forward to the
Thanksgiving Holiday. I urge all of us to be thankful for what we have been given. As
President of the VCPA I am thankful for each and every one of you. Over the past couple of
months we have received many new memberships to the VCPA and the dues are coming in
nicely which is always a blessing. We are growing and getting stronger every day. We are
seeing a lot of new interest from businesses across Virginia. I strongly believe that 2015 will
be a year of growth and prosperity for the VCPA.
As with new growth there has to come a few changes and there will be a membership
meeting in Richmond in January to discuss and vote on some of these. The date for this
meeting is to be determined soon and I will send this information out to you as soon as it is
set. There will be no major changes but minor ones that need to be addressed. This also gives
everyone a chance to network with each other.
When you get a chance, please send me a list of your meeting dates for the Regions or
anyone that would like for me to attend a meeting of your group or business. I will do my
best to get to all of the meetings at least once in 2015 if I can get these dates on my calendar
soon enough. I am interested in what each of you are doing and I am offering any assistance
that you may need to make your goals successful.
Once again, I hope that each of you and your family and friends has a wonderful
Thanksgiving and thank each of you for all that you do throughout the year. Know that you
are truly appreciated.
The Virginia Crime Prevention Association, Inc. (VCPA) is a 501C-3 non-profit organization that was established in 1978. The mission of the VCPA is to develop and implement programs that prevent crime by focusing on reducing opportunities for crime. The VCPA partners with law enforcement, community groups, schools businesses, public housing, the Virginia Center for Policing Innovation, the Virginia State Police, the National Crime Prevention Council and other organizations to deliver programs and services. Services include training, technical assistance, program development, advocacy and resource materials.
Our office hours are:Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm
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