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2017 OACP Awards

2017 OACP Award Nominations

 

The 2017 OACP Award nominations are now open!

The deadline for all Award submissions is Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 5 p.m.

OACP President's Award of Merit

The President's Award of Merit recognizes an OACP member(s) who has demonstrated outstanding dedication and support to the advancement of the goals and objectives of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police. The OACP President nominates and presents the President's Award of Merit  to the person of their choice at the OACP’s Annual Meeting.


OACP Traffic Safety - Award of Excellence

This Award recognizes a serving individual who has clearly devoted part of their career to furthering traffic safety initiatives.

Criteria

Sponsored by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation


OACP Lifetime Achievement in Traffic Safety

This Award will be presented to a serving individual who has clearly devoted themselves and their policing efforts to furthering traffic safety initiatives.  

Criteria

Sponsored by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation


OACP Traffic Safety Initiative of the Year Award

The Traffic Safety Initiative of the Year Award is presented to the police organization creating, developing and implementing Ontario’s most successful traffic safety program during the past year. 

Criteria

Sponsored by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation


OACP School Resource Officer - Award of Excellence

This Award recognizes an officer who has contributed to the overall well-being of students and the community at large in an exemplary manner - an officer who has strived to build the relationships required to bridge the gap between students, schools, communities, and the police.

Criteria

Nomination Form

Sponsored by Accident Support Services International Ltd.

Youth Service Volunteer Award

This Award recognizes a currently serving sworn officer or civilian member of an Ontario Police Service, who has contributed in an exemplary manner through volunteerism, to the overall well-being of youth.  The member does not need to be in a youth serving role.  

Criteria

Nomination Form

Sponsored by Accident Support Services International Ltd. 

 

OACP Community Safety and Crime Prevention Award 

This awards are presented in recognition of the accomplishments of police agency and their community partners working together to improve community safety and well-being. 

Criteria

Sponsored by Accident Support Services International Ltd.


OACP Victims Assistance Committee Award

This Award recognizes the contributions made by members of Ontario Police Services, alone or in partnership with private or public community agencies, for improving the level of service provided to victims of crime, tragic events or other unfortunate circumstances. 

Criteria

Sponsored by the Ministry of the Attorney General – Victims and Vulnerable Persons Division

OACP Outstanding Liquor Enforcement Award 

This award is presented annually to police agencies which demonstrate excellence and innovation in liquor enforcement. 

Criteria

Sponsored by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario


OACP/OMRON Award of Excellence in Media Relations

The Award recognizes a sworn officer or member of police staff who has excelled in the area of media relations and whose commitment to good media relations has improved their service, a program, or generally made a difference to media relations in the Province of Ontario. 

Criteria

Sponsored by the Insurance Bureau of Canada


Responsible Alcohol Service at Licensed Establishments of the Year Award

This award recognizes an Ontario Police Service who undertook a community outreach approach to proactively encourage responsible alcohol service at licensed establishments in their jurisdiction helping promote a safer, healthier Ontario.

Criteria

Sponsored by Smart Serve Ontario

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Professional Designations

Certified Municipal Manager Program (CMM) Designations

 Launched in June, 2007, the Certified Municipal Manager Program (CMM) is a partnership between OACP and OMMI.

The program undertakes a career education and employment analysis which results in providing a progressive, legally sanctioned credential, governed in Ontario by provincial legislation. 

The CMM uses requirements are developed, maintained and verified by an Evaluation Committee of the OACP to capture and recognize all education and training to date from various sources.  These “enhanced requirements” are used to qualify for the use of  “Police Specialist”, “Police Professional”, and/or “Police Executive” designations. 

For more information, please contact Bill McKim, Executive Director, OMMI, ommi@bellnet.ca   or via phone to (905) 434-8885.

The CMM Application and Police Supplemental Application are available at www.ommi.on.ca  


 

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