California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force
About the Task Force
California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force is an integral part of the rural war on crime, dedicated to reducing crime through:
- Public Awareness
- Program Development
The California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force is a non-profit public benefit corporation. Membership is open to any organization or individual dedicated to law enforcement and crime prevention.
The Task Force meets quarterly at selected locations throughout the state. Crime prevention problems and law enforcement issues are assigned to committees that meet during the regular quarterly meetings and also in interim sessions. Training on specific crime prevention topics is provided at each quarterly meeting by experts in rural crime and agricultural operations. Meetings are conducted according to the bylaws, and actions and decisions are voted on by the regular members.
Join the Task Force
Contact the California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force at www.crcptf.org.
Letter from president
Dear Fellow Concerned Citizens:
I wish to extend to you an invitation to renew your membership or to join the California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force if you are not presently a member and participate in our mission to reduce crime in the agricultural community of California.
The Task Force is a combination of county Sheriff Departments, District Attorney Offices, Agricultural Commissioner Offices, and local Police Departments, together with state and federal agencies such as the Attorney General's Office, the California Department of Food and Agriculture and the United States Department of Agriculture. Additionally, private organizations within the agri-business community, such as the Farm Bureaus, the State Grange, the Agri-Business League and other agricultural business related groups form an invaluable part of the Task Force.
We all work together for the common goal of reducing crime in the agriculture related business community.
Your participation in the Task Force will help insure agriculture has access to many types of support it needs in its fight against crime. Annual dues are only $100.00 per agency. The Task Force meets quarterly in different locations throughout the State.
Please consider joining us in this important effort.
President, California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force
Rural Crime School
This course is designed to train patrol officers and investigative peace officers, public officers and crime prevention personnel in techniques necessary for effective rural crime prevention, reporting interdiction and investigation. Related law enforcement personnel are invited to attend.
For more information, visit www.crcptf.org.