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24th Annual Crime Prevention Awards 2017. Deadline Extended to Feb. 27

  1. BARBARA DAVIS VOLUNTEER AWARD - Presented to a private citizen for playing a key role in stop-ping, restricting, or preventing crime. Individuals and married couples will be considered.

    LAW ENFORCEMENT AWARD - Presented to an individual working in a law enforcement capacity who has engaged in exceptional performance in stopping, restricting, or preventing crime. Individuals only will be considered.

    CITY EMPLOYEE AWARD - Presented to a City employee (not working in law enforcement) who has played a key role in stopping, restricting or preventing crime. Nomination must describe accomplishments above and beyond normal work assignments. Individuals only will be considered.

    CITY EMPLOYEE GROUP AWARD - Presented to City employees who have played a key role in stop-ping, restricting, or preventing crime. Nomination must be for accomplishments above and beyond normal work assignments. Two or more employees collectively nominated will be considered.

    GROUP SERVICE AWARD – Presented to a community, group or business that best represents the development or promotion of programs to stop, restrict, or prevent crime. Communities, groups and businesses will be considered.

    YOUTH AWARD - Presented to a youth,17 years old or younger, who has played a key role in stopping, restricting, or preventing crime. Individuals only will be considered.

    • Selection committee members, elected officials, crime prevention and school security officers, and Sheriff’s deputies in the Community Affairs Office are ineligible for these awards. Self-nominations are not considered.
    • Awards will be presented for achievements within the City of Norfolk during the 2016 calendar year.
    • Nominations must be submitted on this form. Photocopies will be accepted. Each nomination form must be accompanied by a narrative summary of no fewer than 100 words providing a detailed description of the nominee’s crime prevention activities. Nominations not directly related to crime prevention, anonymous nominations, and those not meeting criteria will be disqualified.
    • Letters of support may be submitted. However, no additional information (videotapes, newspaper clippings, etc.) will be considered. Nomination materials become the property of the Selection Committee and will not be returned.

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