The National Committee on Community Corrections (NCCC) is a public-private coalition that promotes an effective system of community-based sanctions. Its membership over the years included prominent leaders in the criminal justice field, including those in enforcement, corrections, treatment and civic affairs. The NCCC has been meeting bi-monthly in Washington D.C. since 1987, serving both as a clearinghouse for new developments and providing support for the responsible implementation of community corrections programming through public discussions, media outreach, research activities, publications and seminars.
The NCCC is dedicated to ensure that the program design of any community corrections program highlights public safety and offender self-improvement as paramount objectives. If carefully crafted and professionally operated, community corrections programs provide safer communities, meaningful punishment, monetary savings, and a fairer system of justice.