Since our establishment in 1956, the Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency (MCCD) has been a trailblazer in addressing the causes of crime. MCCD was founded by concerned citizen leaders from throughout our state as a vehicle to assure that the laws and policies aimed at controlling crime were fair, effective and affordable. Today, we are still the only statewide citizen’s organization devoted exclusively to providing community safety. Our services remain outcome focused and dedicated to advancing research-based, prevention-focused systems, and utilize balanced and restorative justice principles, community prevention planning and services that break generational cycles of crime.
60 Years of Advocacy
In honor of MCCD’s 60th Anniversary (2016), we documented our work throughout the past six decades. We invite you to read about our accomplishments below.