The Bloomington Crime Prevention Association (BCPA) is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that has been serving the Bloomington community since 1981. The purpose of BCPA is to provide financial assistance to Bloomington community members who are engaged in crime prevention activities.
A volunteer Board of Directors of 6 to 20 individuals is elected to serve two year terms. Officers elected annually include a President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and Past President. Board meetings are held the 4th Thursday of each month. For more information please see By-Laws.
Our fund raising programs include the annual Book'Em Used Book Sale, Residential Memberships, Corporate Memberships/Sponsorships, Wills & Bequests and Grants. If you are not currently a member, please go to the Membership page and sign up. Your support will be greatly appreciated by the Bloomington community.
We support many Bloomington community based crime prevention programs and events. Support is provided through grants, donations and scholarships. Major funding is provided to National Night Out, Neighborhood Block Captain's Workshops, Bloomington Police Department, numerous Bloomington School District violence/crime prevention and safety education programs, Bloomington Community Education safety programs for "high risk" populations and many other crime prevention initiatives.
*Attached is the Annual Report of the organization for 2019: BCPA 2019 Annual Report
Board of Directors
Larry Klement, Interim President
Larry Klement, Vice President
Jennifer Hazel, Treasurer
Jennifer Hazel, Interim Secretary
Dave Fritzlar, Member at Large
Mike Hartley, Member at Large
Jay Juergens, Member at Large
Sponsors of Book'em Used Book Sale