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Overview of the OCPA Board of Directors and the process to get elected.

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  1. 1. Future Board Member Overview
  2. 2. Overview • Mission and Goals Slide 3 • Board Structure Slide 4 • District Map Slide 5 • Description and Expectations Slide 6 • Time Commitment Slide 7 • Value in Serving on the Board Slide 8 • Process for Running Slide 9 • Message from Current Board Slide 10
  3. 3. OCPA Mission and Goals “The Ohio Crime Prevention Association is a not-for-profit, membership-supported organization representing public and private-sector crime prevention partners. OCPA develops and advances a continuum of educational opportunities, resources and networks to prevent crime in Ohio.” Future Goals: 1. Grow the OCPA membership 2. Provide quality training 3. Create and foster more private-sector relationships
  4. 4. Board Structure The OCPA Board of Directors is made up of an Executive Board and District Representatives OCPA Board of Directors Executive Board District Reps + President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Immediate Past-President Past-President Counsel Liaison District 1 Rep District 2 Rep District 3 Rep District 4 Rep District 5 Rep District 6 Rep
  5. 5. District Map
  6. 6. Description and Expectations A full description of each board position can be found on our website or by CLICKING HERE As a board member, you are expected to represent the Ohio Crime Prevention Association and to contribute to the overall success of the organization The OCPA Board of Directors is made up of unpaid volunteers who have specific fiduciary duties as outlined by the Ohio Attorney General: Duty of care Duty of loyalty Duty to manage accounts Duty of compliance More information on each of these duties can be found on the AG’s website or by CLICKING HERE
  7. 7. Time Commitment The time commitment for board members include the following: Attendance at board meetings • Second Friday of each month (excluding July/December) • 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. (lunch is provided) • Generally held in the northern Columbus area Attendance at annual conference • Sunday - Wednesday (lodging provided) • Also includes any prep work necessary for the conference, including planning and contacting potential exhibitors/sponsors Other tasks assigned during board meetings or projects (e.g. leading a committee) Position specific items (e.g. district reps coordinate district meetings, secretary prepares minutes for review, treasurer prepares financial documents, etc.)
  8. 8. Value in Serving on the Board As a board member with the OCPA, you have direct influence on the direction of the organization, including the types of training that will be provided. There are several additional values provided to you while serving on the board: • Conference registration (including lodging Sunday-Wednesday) • Registration at OCPA trainings • Annual membership fee waived • Ability to work with and network with crime prevention practitioners throughout the state • Represent your department/agency/organization as a leader in one of the country’s largest crime prevention associations. • Ability to develop training topics and present OCPA trainings at the workshop level at conferences, as well as 4-hour, single day, and multi-day trainings
  9. 9. Process for Running In addition to the process above, you can also be nominated or nominate yourself from the floor at the annual conference Contact information for all district reps and board members can be found by CLICKING HERE Express interest to your district rep Win nomination at your district meeting Submit letter of support from your supervisor
  10. 10. Message From Current Board Potential Board Member, Thank you for expressing an interest in serving the Ohio Crime Prevention Association as a board member. As current board members, it is great to see that you have taken the time to learn about the responsibilities and process regarding the board position you are interested in. While being a board member will certainly add work and involves a time commitment, we strongly feel that you will find fulfillment in serving on the board. We are a task oriented and goal focused board who understands the importance of doing what is best for the Ohio Crime Prevention Association and its members. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to any of us. Thank you, OCPA Board of Directors
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    Nov. 25, 2021

Overview of the OCPA Board of Directors and the process to get elected.

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