To proactively contribute to public safety, crime prevention and victim assistance through planning, policy development, and coordination of the justice system in partnership with citizens, government, and communities.
The Montana Board of Crime Control (MBCC) is the designated
state agency that administers millions of grant dollars dedicated
to preventing and addressing crime statewide. MBCC is headed by an eighteen
member board appointed by the Governor. Board members represent
law enforcement, criminal and juvenile justice system stakeholders, and citizens,
including the first Montanans, our state's Native Americans.