Nominations are open for this year’s Thames Valley Community Policing Awards and the public are being asked if they know someone who has gone above and beyond in their role?
The ceremony, now in its 15th year, is a chance for members of the public to recognise the work done by their community officers, volunteers and staff.
Thames Valley Police want to know officers the public think should be recognised for their hard work and effort over the last year.
Anyone nominating should have an example of how they have exceeded what is expected of them.
There are seven categories and after the success of last year’s ceremony, being chosen as a winner is a huge honour.
The results will be announced in May.
The categories (click on the links to make a nomination in that category)
Do you know a neighbourhood police officer who has made a difference to your community?
Can you think of a PCSO who has made an outstanding contribution to your community?
Special Constables are volunteer police officers who help to serve your communities. Do you know a Special who has gone above and beyond to serve your community?
Volunteers donate their time to the police force. Do you know a volunteer who supports police community engagement in your area?
Diversity Champions improve engagement with minority groups in the community, work towards increasing diversity and improving accessibility between the Force and the public. Do you know someone who has helped to improve diversity in your community?
Cadets are young dedicated volunteers who want to make a difference in your community. Do you know a cadet who supports fellow cadets, shows initiative, supports community events, is committed to and is an advocate for the police force?
Do you know an officer or member of police staff who has provided outstanding support for victims?
To nominate please follow the link relating to the relevant award above, the nominations close on Monday 22 February.