District Representative Responsibilities
District Representatives are elected by their constituency from one of OCPA's six districts. They are responsible for holding bimonthly meetings in their district, or the equivalent as the membership or Board dictates. These meetings are to be used as a forum for the representative to listen to the district's concerns about the Association and crime prevention. Other responsibilities include: being a member of and attendance at all Board meetings and ad-hoc committee meetings; fostering the relationship between the respective district and OCPA; encourage the membership growth of the district; monitor and facilitate membership retention and recruitment in the district; and establish training programs and guest speakers to meet the district's needs.