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Safe Firearms Storage Campaign

The Safe Firearms Storage campaign encourages firearms owners to make safe firearms storage a priority.  To encourage current and prospective firearm owners to safely lock up their weapons when they’re not in use, the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) created a new public service advertising (PSA) campaign developed in partnership with the Ad Council and funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA). Read more.

Conference Sessions Now On Demand Until July 10, 2014

More than a thousand law enforcement, criminal justice and social service providers, seniors and other community members attended the April 10 free, online event on preventing and responding to crimes against seniors. If you were unable to attend, you can still access all of the conference sessions and materials until July 10. Simply click here, follow the registration instructions, and then you will be taken directly to the virtual event where you can watch conference sessions and download materials from the exhibit hall. But hurry, the event closes July 10, 2014!

FREE Webinars from NCPC!
NCPC offers FREE monthly webinars on gang and gun violence prevention, crime prevention, and mortgage fraud topics.  We present experts in the field, best practices and strategies for solutions to challenging concerns. Look for new webinars every month.


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News Item New PSA Campaign
Encourages Firearms Owners to “Lock It Up” When Not In Use and Provides Firearms Safety Resources for Families.1.4 Million American Households Have Unlocked Firearms that Could Fall into the Wrong Hands .
News Item Introducing Voices
We’re proud to announce the launch of Voices — a free, all-digital magazine where teens talk to teens about bullying. The magazine was created to promote respect in schools and classroom, and it provides students with an opportunity to speak for themselves.
Feed Item The Consequences of Intellectual Property Theft Jul 08, 2014
Feed Prevention Works Feed The FBI says that intellectual property theft is, “robbing people of their ideas, inventions, and creative expressions.” Some of these ideas took years to find investors, to design, and to properly test to ensure consumer safety.


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