The Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan (PAAM) is a voluntary association of the 83 county prosecutors, the Attorney General, and the U.S. Attorneys serving in Michigan. It is a non-profit Michigan Corporation, and is tax exempt under section 501c(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
PAAM was founded in 1928. Its mission is stated in Michigan Compiled Law Section 49.62:
“It shall be the duty of the prosecuting attorneys’ association to keep the prosecuting attorneys of the state informed of all changes in legislation, law and matters pertaining to their office through the department of the attorney general of the state of Michigan, to the end that a uniform system of conduct, duty and procedure be established in each county of the state.“
PAAM is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of: 5 officers, 14 elected directors, active past presidents, the N.D.A.A. State Director, and the Attorney General.