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PCC's Pride Awards
Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens is launching her first ‘PCC’s Pride Awards’ celebrating the silent stars who achieve great things or go above and beyond what is expected.
Sue Mountstevens is calling on people across Avon and Somerset to put forward nominations for the first PCC’s Pride awards. The awards aim to give people the chance to highlight those working tirelessly in their communities or organisations.
Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens said: “I have been very lucky as Police and Crime Commissioner to meet some extraordinary people, who go about their business daily without any recognition at all. These awards will be our opportunity to say a huge thank you to them for all the work they do to make Avon and Somerset a safe place to live and work.
“I hope people will take the time to nominate those who they believe are the area’s unsung heroes. I know I will be putting forward people and I look forward to seeing them get the recognition they truly deserve.”
Nominations for this year’s awards are now open. People will be able to put names forward all year round and decisions will be made quarterly.
Winners will be presented with a certificate and will be invited to visit and have lunch with Sue Mountstevens at Police Headquarters.
Nominations can be made online at www.avonandsomerset-pcc.gov.uk/Take-Part/PCCs-Pride-Awards.aspx