Montana Board of Crime Control

About Us

Vision Statement

Montana is a safer place to live because Montana Board of Crime Control leads and fosters excellent and effective coordination among federal, state, tribal and local governments and the Board. Through the Board’s leadership, resource sharing and collaboration are the norm.

Personnel

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Working Together

Montana Board of Crime Control (MBCC) was created in 1968 as a planning and research agency under the authority of 2-15-2006, MCA whose goal was, and still is to promote public safety. The MBCC is a 18-member quasi-judicial board appointed by the Governor. MBCC provides financial support, technical assistance, and supportive services to state and local criminal justice agencies. The board provides funding to local, regional, and statewide projects with the central goal of making Montana a safer state.

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