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Thank you for your Neighbourhood Policing Award nominations


Acting Chief Constable John Long and PCC Sue Mountstevens

Thank you is the message from Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens and Acting Chief Constable John Long as this year’s Neighbourhood Policing Awards nomination period comes to an end.

Over 300 nominations were submitted by August 4 deadline recognising the hard work of neighbourhood beat teams, local beat managers, police community support officers (PCSOs), special constables, police staff and volunteers.

A panel of judges including Sue Mountstevens, John Long, the Bristol Evening Post and key sponsors will meet in September to decide on the winners for each of the three police areas.

Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens said: "I am delighted with the nominations submitted for this year’s awards. It means so much to know that local people want to recognise those who work hard to ensure our local communities are safe and feel safe.

"Thank you to everyone that has taken the time to nominate. I will enjoy reading the nominations to find out more about the people working hard in your area and the things that mean so much to you."

Acting Chief Constable John Long said: "These awards are extra special to our officers, police staff and volunteers because the nominations come directly from local residents and the communities in which they serve. It is great to know that so many people felt passionately enough about the hard work being carried out in their areas by our neighbourhood teams and volunteers that they made the effort to nominate them for an award.

"A big thank you must go to everyone who has taken the time to nominate. It really will mean a lot to our teams and I look forward to reading about the hard work being carried out in your areas."

On Thursday, November 13 a glittering awards ceremony will be held at Cadbury House Hotel, Congresbury.

The Neighbourhood Policing Awards are only possible thanks to the sponsorship from local and national businesses including The Bristol Post, Medlock Charitable Trust, Unison, First - West of England, AN: Event Services, Workhouse Marketing, Double Tree Hilton Cadbury House and Rolls Royce.

There are still sponsorship opportunities available and if you are interested in sponsoring the Neighbourhood Policing Awards please email amber.thomas@avonandsomerset.pnn.police.uk

Posted on Tuesday 5th August 2014
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