Major Cities Chiefs Conferences
The Major Cities Chiefs Association meets three times a year. Chiefs may bring staff members to attend them. Law enforcement staff members are allowed in all meeting segments with the exception of Executive Sessions. Official representatives of governmental agencies are normally invited to attend all sessions with the exception of the Executive Sessions. The President routinely invites sponsors and other non-sworn guests to attend the meetings. The President has the authority to determine meeting attendance policies at all times.
The 2013 Winter Meeting will be held in Washington D.C. in conjunction with the Major County Sheriff's Association. The focus in on policy and legislative issues.
The 2013 Summer Meeting will be held in Grapevine, TX in conjunction with the National Executive Institute Associates. The focus of the meeting is on training, current events and subcommittee work. The conference is scheduled for three days.
The 2013 Fall Meeting will be held in Philadelphia, PA in October. The MCCA meeting is held for two days immediately prior to the annual conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Most, if not all members of MCCA are also members of the IACP, and attend the annual conference.