The MCAA is an organization of correctional professionals that was formed in the 1960’s. Membership is comprised of professionals working in adult correctional detention centers, adult community correctional facilities, or any adult place of confinement as defined by Title 12, Subtitle 14, of the Code of Maryland Regulations. Membership also includes other allied local and state agencies.
To enhance public safety by promoting the best interest of each jurisdiction through improved operations; training and working conditions for correctional personnel and programs for those in custody, awaiting trial, serving sentences or otherwise confined.
To provide opportunities for the development of skills, knowledge, and initiatives, to maintain the integrity and further the interests of corrections throughout the State of Maryland.
The MCAA is committed to continuous improvement in the field of corrections for the purpose of promoting enhanced public safety in Maryland.
It is considered desirable that there should be an association of the administrators of local and state correctional facilities throughout the State of Maryland in order that the membership can: More
These highlights represent past and current practices of the Association: More
MCAA is a great organization to become a member of and work with other professionals within corrections.