Major County Prosecutor’s Council

In 2013, APA created the Major County Prosecutors Council (MCPC), through a grant from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. The Council, made up of the elected prosecuting attorneys from the 35 most populated jurisdictions in the United States, was created to further meet the demands that prosecutors from large urban areas face in the administration of justice. MCPC gathers bi-annually for a two-day summit discussing and identifying model protocols and policies unique to prosecutors from large jurisdictions.