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Nominations are now being accepted for the 71st Annual Crime Prevention Awards, taking place on Wednesday, February 5, 2020!
To nominate a resident, law enforcement professional, or an organization who, through their special contributions to crime prevention, have made the Greater Milwaukee area a better place to live and work, click the orange link below!
2020 Crime Prevention Awards – Nomination Form
Please submit all nominations by Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019. Please note, you may only select one award category per nominee. Multiple nomination forms are accepted.
This event is organized by LISC Milwaukee and Safe & Sound, two nonprofit organizations dedicated to safe and equitable neighborhoods in the Milwaukee area, in partnership with law enforcement agencies.
For more information on sponsoring the event, please contact Grace Arend, Safe & Sound Development and Events Manager, a firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-708-2794.
Presenting Sponsor: AAA
Community Action Sponsor: The Salvation Army
2020 Crime Prevention Award Categories
AAA Wisconsin Traffic Safety Award
Individual or group that increased community safety by promoting compliance with traffic laws. Examples include, but are not limited to: seat belt and child seat use, texting and driving, impaired driving, graduated drivers licensing, speeding, etc.
The Salvation Army Chaplaincy Program Outstanding Individual
Person such as a neighbor, committed staff of nonprofits, business or city government, who has made notable contributions to crime prevention. A nomination should detail the circumstances, actions or reasons surrounding the individual’s efforts.
Outstanding Block Club/Community Collaboration
Block club/community group with an active involvement in making the community safe.
Outstanding Corporation or Business
Corporation or business that has contributed to crime prevention whether by service, support, programming or advocacy.
Outstanding Faith Based Organization
Faith Based organization that has contributed to reducing crime, fear and disorder in their community. An organization based on faith and/or beliefs, a mission based on social values of the particular faith, and which most often draws its activists from a particular faith group will be considered.
Law Enforcement Awards
AAA Wisconsin Traffic Safety Award
Officer or agency that increased community safety by promoting compliance with traffic laws. Examples include, but are not limited to: seat belt and child seat use, texting and driving, impaired driving, graduated drivers licensing, speeding, etc.
Outstanding Community Liaison Officer (CLO)
CLO that contributed to crime prevention in their community. A nomination should detail the circumstances, actions or reasons surrounding the CLO efforts of community/law enforcement cooperation.
Outstanding Professional Contribution
An officer with distinguished service in the area of crime prevention and community. A nomination should detail the circumstances, actions or reasons surrounding the nomination. When multiple officers are involved in an act worthy of recognition, please list the actions of each officer.
Outstanding Civilian Contribution
A civilian with distinguished service to law enforcement and crime prevention. A nomination should detail the circumstances, actions or reasons surrounding the nomination.
Either Community or Law Enforcement Awards
Outstanding Greater Milwaukee Partnership
Law enforcement or community partnerships that have contributed to reducing crime, fear and disorder in their respective community.
Crime Prevention Advocate
Any member of the community or law enforcement that contributed to long term policy, advocacy or education efforts related to public safety. Click here to submit a nomination! More information on event registration coming soon!
More information on event registration coming soon!