DCC FUTURE COURSES
ELDER ABUSE AND INVESTIGATION TRAINING
With an estimated 600,000 seniors in the tri-county region, this one day course is designed to arm first responders and detectives with the necessary skills in recognizing the signs and symptoms of Elder Abuse.
Further information coming soon.
DCC PAST COURSES
March 15, 2012, 9:30 am - 4 pm
Code of the Streets:
AN ANALYSIS OF HONOR KILLINGS
On March 15th, the DCC in conjunction with Macomb County’s Sheriff Department was proud to present a one-day MCOLES registered class titled; Code of the Streets: An Analysis of Honor Killings in the Metropolitan Detroit.
DCC Hosting Chief Association Meeting Photos
The purposes for which this Association is organized are to secure a closer official and personal relationship among police officials throughout the State; to secure unity of action in police matters; to elevate the standard of police institutions by urging the elimination of politics from the conduct; a tenure of office for those employed in the service; the maintenance of honourable men and means in the transaction of police business; the general adoption of pension and relief laws; the adoption of humane efforts in the enforcement of laws; the provision of temporary relief for its worthy members and their families in certain emergencies; the advancement along all lines pertaining to the prevention and detection of crime and the identification and treatment of prisoners
Grant Award Ceremony
On Tuesday October 2nd, The Detroit Crime Commission was presented with a symbolic check by Congressman Hansen Clarke. The Crime Commission is looking forward to its collaboration with the City of Detroit, the Detroit Police Department, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, the Children’s Aid Society, the MAN Network, the Michigan Department of Corrections and the United States Attorney’s Office.
April 12, 2012, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
DCC Open House
On April 12, 2012 the Detroit Crime Commission opened its doors for their Open House party. Many local and state law enforcement officials attended this event and were able to find out first-hand about the organization.