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Awards 2011

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New Horizon Award
This award is for any Crime Prevention Practitioner or Crime Prevention Unit who is either new to Crime Prevention or has revamped an old Crime Prevention Unit.  The recipient of this award is one who has shown the most vision and growth in the Crime Prevention field within the last two years.

Sgt. Kim Mojica, Oviedo Police Department



Outstanding Crime Prevention Organization
This award recognizes the outstanding efforts of a local or regional crime prevention association, non-profit organization, government agency or private business that has demonstrated outstanding commitment to the area of crime prevention.

Dr. Israel Suarez


Outstanding Crime Prevention Program
Every year new crime prevention programs are developed or old ones revitalized and given new direction. This award is to recognize those who care enough to take that extra time, or go the extra mile to do this work. A new or improved program stands out like a shining star and should be rewarded.

Tarpon Springs Police Department


Volunteer of the Year
This award offers special recognition for the outstanding and uncompensated efforts of someone who volunteers their time to a law enforcement crime prevention unit or crime prevention-related business

Rebecca Cox, Escambia County Sheriff’s Office


Crime Prevention Unit of the Year
This award recognizes the special efforts and exceptional accomplishments performed by an agency’s Crime Prevention Unit between October 2010 and September 2011.

Alachua County Sheriff’s Office


Crime Prevention Practitioner of the Year
This award recognizes the outstanding efforts of a Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner for his or her contributions and outstanding performance in the field of crime prevention between October 2010 and September 2011.

Ashley Bailey, Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office


President's Award
This award honors a law enforcement administrator or supervisor who has demonstrated a strong commitment to crime prevention by actively participating in prevention strategies and by supporting opportunity reduction programs through the resources of their law enforcement agency

Chief Deputy Gary Wilson, St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office


Lifetime Acheivement Award
This award recognizes any Crime Prevention Practitioner who has spent the majority of their career in the Crime Prevention field and has proven their dedication to the area of Crime Prevention and the FCPA’s crime prevention ideas.

Nancy Burns, Leon County Sheriff’s Office