California Pawnbrokers Association: Upholding Ethics
Welcome to the California Pawnbrokers Association
California Pawnbrokers Association (CAPA) was founded in 1956 by a group of secondhand dealers who wanted to bring together members of the pawning community and help professionalize the industry. We’re the only organization of our kind in the state, and we strive to uphold the highest degree of ethical conduct. We do this by adhering to established best practices and following all local, state, and federal laws and regulations. CAPA serves the interests of responsible brokers and dealers in the pawn industry, which numbers in the tens of thousands. We actively carry this out through professional education, legal resources, industry programs, and legislative advocacy. Our members earn value and respect from their communities by participating in community outreach programs and cultivating good relationships with community leaders, law enforcement, state legislators, and local government.
CAPA Annual Convention | October 22-24, 2021
Omni Resort, Rancho Mirage
PAC – We Have Great New Tool in CAPA’s Political Tool Chest!
Now available, an online CAPA PAC contribution process! Yes, you may use a credit card now to make your CAPA PAC donations….and….you can opt to have a recurring amount sent to our PAC fund. Please take a few minutes to consider what you can do, on any ongoing basis, to assist CAPA in its political efforts on your behalf. As you all know, this is an extremely important part of the work of your association – and has paid off in huge ways for our businesses!
To make your contribution, please click:
CAPA Legislative Chair and Board Secretary
Become A Member
California Pawnbrokers Association (CAPA) invites secondhand dealers and pawnbrokers to join our association. CAPA provides members with information and resources that help you stay competitive in the pawn industry. We work for you and the interests of the pawn industry in California.
We thank you for your support and interest in California Pawnbrokers Association. If you have questions about the process, we invite you to contact CAPA by filling out the form. We appreciate your inclination to share your expertise and knowledge with your pawn industry peers.