You can join MACA or renew your membership using the form below.
There are four types of membership in the Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts:
Full Membership: Given to law enforcement professionals and educators involved in criminal justice only.
Associate Membership: Given to non-law enforcement personnel interested in crime analysis.
Sponsor/Corporate Membership: Given to private concerns.
Student Membership: given to full-time or part-time students interested in crime analysis
You may attend up to two MACA meetings before paying your membership dues.
The fee for full membership and associate membership is $40.00.
The fee for student membership is $20.00.
The fee for corporate or sponsor membership is $200.00 or an equivalent value in goods or services.
MACA's fiscal year runs from January 1 to December 31. Dues paid after September 1 will be applied to the next fiscal year unless the member wishes to apply them to the current (partial) fiscal year.
All prospective members must be approved by the Vice Present of Membership. If you wish to join the Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts, please contact the the Vice President of Membership by telephone, mail, e-mail or come to one of the regular Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts meetings.
You can fill out the secure membership application form below. Once you complete the form you will be taken to a payment page. If you have a problem with this form or with making an online payment please contact a board member. We have found that the most common issue that our site has is that many departments have outdated browsers. If you are having difficulty make sure you have the latest version of IE, Firefox, Safari or Google Chrome.
Membership Application for the Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts
Please fill out the form to join MACA or renew your membership. After submitting the form you will be directed to a page where you can pay through Paypal.
If the form does not redirect you please try going to http://macrimeanalysts.org/membership-payment/ Checks can be sent by mail or delivered in hand to a board member at a monthly meeting)