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The Campaign was the first public education program on crime prevention in the country. It is designed to stimulate community involvement and generate confidence in comprehensive crime prevention activities.  
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ID Theft Crime Prevention Month McGruff's 25th
Identity Theft October is Crime Prevention Month McGruff's 25th Anniversary
According to the latest statistics, identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes with almost ten million reported victims in 2004. Learn how to protect yourself from becoming a statistic with Total Credit Checks.
More than twenty-five million Americans are victims of crime each year.  Help Take A Bite Out Of Crime® by supporting National Crime Prevention Month.
McGruff the Crime Dog® mark his 25th anniversary with three new radio spots. Joy Behar interviews McGruff in the ads, which feature easy tips for neighborhood safety.
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Crime prevention information from the National Crime Prevention Council
For crime prevention information, visit www.ncpc.org, where you will find tips, publications, and other resources. McGruff the Crime Dog® and Take A Bite Out Of Crime® are registered marks of the National Crime Prevention Council, which manages the work of the National Citiizens' Crime Prevention Campaign.

McGruff Plays Ball With the Majors!
McGruff and six of Major League Baseball's top players joined forces on free trading cards with children's prevention and safety information. Through a partnership with the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC), Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), Topps, and the Plowshare Group, the players all lend their support to issues from Internet Safety to volunteering. Participating players are: New York Yankee's Derek Jeter, Boston Red Sox's Nomar Garciaparra, Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa, Seattle Mariner's Ichiro Suzuki, St. Louis Cardinal's Alex Pujols, and Toronto Blue Jays' Carlos Delgado.