WARWICKSHIRE Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has launched the search to find the person or team which has made an outstanding contribution to policing or community safety.
This will be the second year the PCC Award for Excellence in Policing and Community Safety will be presented, following its launch during Warwickshire Police’s 160th anniversary celebrations last year.
Nominations are now being sought for this year’s award, which will be presented at the Chief Constable’s Commendations Ceremony in Leamington in November.
Nominees can be either individuals or those working as part of a team within Warwickshire who have demonstrated sustained outstanding achievement over and above what is expected of them in their normal day-to-day role.
Their actions must have contributed to a reduction in crime or disorder or helped bring about improvements in community safety.
Officers, police staff, volunteers, members of the special constabulary or people from the wider community in Warwickshire are eligible for the award.
Mr Seccombe will make the final selection from those nominated.
The inaugural winner was PC Martin Rone-Clarke, Warwickshire Police’s gypsy and traveller liaison officer.
The deadline for nominations is September 28. Visit www.warwickshire-pcc.gov.uk or call 01926 412322 for nomination forms.