Contact Us
Office of the Attorney General
PCBC Conference
The Capitol, PL-01
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050
(850) 414-3350

We're In It Together
The Florida Consortium of Urban League Affiliates, along with Derrick Brooks Charities, manage the state's Black-on-Black and Youth Crime Prevention and Intervention grant programs. In 2012 they have joined the Office of the Attorney General as partners in presenting the Preventing Crime in the Black Community conference. We are truly in it together.
What Others Say
I have been a part of the conference since it's inception in 1985. The conference has allowed me to be educated in many aspects of law enforcement and community best practices. These conferences give you an opportunity to interact with people who have actually implemented these practices. I highly recommend this conference to law enforcement and community leaders who want to make a difference.
- Major Danny Vereen
  Orange County Sheriff's Office

Role of the Sponsors

Since the first “Preventing Crime in the Black Community” conference, the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has solicited cosponsors. The idea has always been to try to keep the fees and costs as low as possible to encourage participation by the community, and to offset some of those costs by cosponsors who contribute financial or in-kind resources to support various conference activities.

Cosponsors can be local, state, or federal government agencies. They can be private not-for-profit organizations such as the Urban League, and the National Crime Prevention Council.

Co sponsors can also be for profit businesses or corporations such as Blue Cross/Blue Shield or Target. Before businesses and corporations can be approved as cosponsors they must be reviewed by the OAG to ensure that they are appropriate sponsors and that the OAG is not engaged in active Litigation with them.