MMOC Mission Statement
Back in 1928, a group of motorcycle officers founded our Association. Since our beginning, we have been dedicated to public service.
Today we have over 350 motorcycle officers who are ACTIVE MEMBERS, representing various law enforcement agencies throughout the State of California.
In addition, we have, non-riding, ASSOCIATE MEMBERS who work in law enforcement and who are and engaged in serving the public through their individual departments within the State. These members are law enforcement Officers, Judges, Mayors, Chiefs, Councilpersons, Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs, District Attorneys, and City, Municipal, County and State Officials.
We have HONORARY MEMBERS who are concerned citizens, interested and supportive of our public service endeavors.
Through our efforts we distribute funds to various IRS 501 (c)(3) charities throughout the State. The funds are dedicated to each approved charity requesting assistance with the intent to help that charity educate and serve the public regarding traffic safety issues.
MMOC monitors and reviews those charities, which MMOC has donated funds, to insure the donations are used in accordance with that charity’s mission.
We, the Board of Directors and our membership, welcome letters from all IRS 501 (c)(3) charities throughout the State of California explaining their need in receiving assistance from our organization for their traffic safety program.
These endeavors are the basis and foundation of our organization. We receive no monies from any City, County, State or Federal grants. We are a self-supporting organization through advertising programs in our annual publication “THE SIREN,” and other local campaigns throughout the State each year.