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Annual Officer Awards & Recognition

The Executive is pleased announce the 9th Annual Officer Awards in April 2017.  Members will have the opportunity to nominate Officers for the Awards. The proud recipient will receive a plaque from FNCPA and a Commendation Insignia.

The next Annual Awards has been scheduled for:
April 26, 2017  - 1800 to 2100 hrs
Sheraton on the Falls
5875 Falls Avenue
Niagara Falls, Ontario

Room Reservations - Rooms have been blocked at a discounted rate and delegates are responsible for making their own individual reservations. Reservations Department at 1-800-519-9911. For ease of booking callers must identify group: First Nations Chiefs of Police Association. The discount deadline date for reservations is March 24, 2017.

Lunch & Allergies - Lunch for the Business Meeting will be provided. For any participants attending that have food allergies, please provide admin@fncpa.ca with an email regarding your allergy.

Dress Code:      Business Casual
Awards:             Dress Uniform

Bravery Awards
Officers that have displayed an act of bravery, over and above duty, that could be best demonstrate the qualities of heroism, whereby the officer defies the instinct for self-preservation and risks his/her own life to protect others.

Lifesaving Awards
Simular to Bravery, Officers that have displayed an act of bravery, over and above duty, that could be best demonstrate the qualities of heroism; whereby the officer defies the instinct for self-preservation and risks his/her own life to protect others, and as a result have saved life, including their own.

Officer of the Year Awards
An Officer that has shown his dedication to the department and has exemplified himself as a team player; this is witnessed by his strong ability and his willingness to assist others. A prime example (when short staffed, one of the most-willing officers to volunteer to stay late, sometimes several times in a week and sometimes coming in to assist on his days off) An Officer who has worked over, above and beyond, particularly in his drive to assist others, volunteers to assists on any and every type of priority or emergency call, and is available for all operations regardless of the time of day or night. A team player that actively participates and donates time in the community, and community-based fundraising events while on his own time.

Years of Service
The Years of Service Awards are provided to members with twenty (20) year of service or more. 
 

Submitted for the nominees:
1. Officers Resume
2. Statement from nominee - this statement should contain a
     synopsis of the incident including the impact to the Officer.
3. Include any supporting documents: Witness statements, occurrence
     reports, letter/certificates of appreciation, applicable photographs,
     other agency reports or correspondence, search and rescue
     reports, media documentation
4. Indicate any other contributing factors: air temperature, water current,
     tide level, weather conditions, and any other applicable  
     weather that affected the incident, any
     information/documentation deemed applicable.

Please submit your nominations by March 31, 2017, to:
Karen Haines  | Executive Administrative Assistant
First Nation Chiefs of Police Association
Box 37  |  Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, R1N 3B2
Tel: (204) 856-5370  |  Fax: (204) 856-5389  | Email: admin@fncpa.ca

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