Nominations for the ‘Community Policing Awards 2018’ are now open and close on Monday 26th February.
Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond in their role?
Someone who you believe should be recognised for their hard work and efforts over the last year?
Could you provide an example of how they have exceeded what is expected of them?
The seven categories this year are –
‘Community Police Officer 2018’ – Do you know a neighbourhood police officer who has made a difference to your community?
‘PCSO (Police Community Support officer) 2018’ – Can you think of a PCSO who has made an outstanding contribution to your community?
‘Special Constable 2018’ – Do you know a Special Constable who has gone above and beyond to serve your community?
‘Diversity Champion 2018’ – Do you know someone who has helped to improve diversity in your community?
‘Cadet 2018’ – Do you know a cadet who supports fellow cadets, shows initiative, supports community events, is committed to and is an advocate for the police force?
‘Volunteer 2018‘ – Do you know a volunteer who actively supports the police and volunteers to work within a team in Thames Valley Police?
‘Community Volunteer 2018’ – Do you know a volunteer who assists with community concerns and enforcing the law?
Nominations open today (9/1) for this year’s Community Policing Awards.
The Community Policing Awards take place each year at a ceremony held at Eynsham Hall near Witney in Oxfordshire, in May. This ceremony is now in its seventeenth year and provides an opportunity to recognise and nominate the work of officers, staff and volunteers who have made the greatest contribution to their community over the past year.
Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond in their role? Someone who you believe should be recognised for their hard work and efforts over the last year? Could you provide an example of how they have exceeded what is expected of them?
Winner of Berkshire Community Police Officer 2017, PC Lucy Brydon, said on receiving the award: “It’s great to have the recognition that you’re doing a good job and it’s particularly special that the nomination came from the victim themselves. I feel very passionate about helping people and trying to make a difference for them. To receive a nomination and recognition for my work is a surprise but something I am grateful for.”
There are seven categories this year:
Don’t miss the chance to nominate your local hero, nominations close on February 26.
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