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The Public’s Award in recognition for commitment in policing

17 May 2019
  • Tell us about the good service you have had.

  • Any member of the public can nominate an officer or member of police staff.

  • Help is recognise the efforts of our team.

As part of our on-going commitment to celebrate good service, we are once again asking members of the public to help us recognise officers and police staff who have gone the extra mile by nominating colleagues for a special award.

Hoping to generate interest and community support, ‘The Publics Award’ has been created by Chief Constable Charlie Hall, QPM. It will form one of the special categories that are honoured at the Force’s annual award ceremony which takes place this year in October.

The award is aimed at either police officers or police staff who have been nominated by a member of the public in recognition of their outstanding contribution and dedication.

Charlie explained: “I am hoping the public of Hertfordshire will appreciate the importance of this award and take time to get in touch. I have made the category as broad as possible, falling into line with our wider force plan to keep people safe, reduce crime or help to catch criminals. If a member of the public has experienced great service in any of these three areas then I would urge them to nominate.

“Our service to the public is the heart of what we do as an organisation and I want this award to become a coveted prize in Hertfordshire Constabulary. Every day I see the great work of colleagues across the organisation and I know the public see that from a different perspective. I want to celebrate professionalism and dedication in this new way and share further good practice across the organisation.”

Anyone who wants to nominate a police officer, PCSO, Special Constable or member of police staff can do so easily be emailing saying who they want to nominate and what that individual or team has done for them to make such a difference.


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