West Michigan Crime Prevention Association of Michigan

Deputy McCutcheon named president of WMCPA of Michigan

January 28, 2010 // 0 Comments

The West Michigan Crime Prevention Association of Michigan (WMCPA) voted Deputy Tom McCutcheon of the Kent County Sheriff’s Office to a one-year term as their president for 2010. Deputy McCutcheon, a 19-year police veteran, is a D.A.R.E. officer for the Kent County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy McCutcheon has a passion and commitment for crime prevention and looks forward to using his experience to further expand crime prevention practices in West Michigan. His passion for people extends not just in his routine daily job but also off duty with his involvement in teaching, mentoring and coaching children in the community. Most recently, McCutcheon had served as central vice president for WMCPA. WMCPA of Michigan provides training and crime prevention resources to police and sheriffs’ departments throughout Michigan. The association, which boasts over 100 members, is recognized as the leader in crime prevention practices.