NCCSA 2022 Awards Criteria

                 2022 NC Crime Stoppers Association Awards 

 

Awards Criteria

 

                                                   Board Member of the Year:   (WESLEY CLARK AWARD)

“In recognition of selfless devotion, persistent service, and significant contributions to a member Crime Stoppers Program.”

Qualifications:

  1. The nominee must be a board member associated with a Crime Stoppers Program that is an NCCSA member in good standing.
  2. The nominee must be a respected citizen with a reputation for integrity and community spirit.
  3. The nominee must have performed an unusual or extensive service in support of Crime Stoppers and this activity or service must have occurred between 07/01/21 to 06/30/22

 

                                                                            Board Program of the Year:

Recognizing an entire group of volunteers for their dedicated efforts toward promoting the local Crime Stoppers Program.”

Qualifications:

  1. The Nominee board must be a member in good standing of NCCSA.
  2. All board members must be respected citizens in their community.
  3. The program nominee must have performed outstanding service in support of Crime Stoppers and this activity or service must have occurred between 07/01/21 to 06/30/22

 

 

                                                                            Coordinator of the Year:

“In recognition of outstanding performance and commitment, personifying a spirit of community cooperation and demonstrating qualities of leadership.”

Qualifications:

  1. The nominee must have been serving as the Coordinator of a Crime Stoppers Program at the time of the activity/contribution being recognized.
  2. The nominee’s Crime Stoppers Program must be a member in good standing of the NCCSA.
  3. The activity/contribution being cited must have occurred between 07/01/21 to 06/30/22
  4. The nominee must have displayed both outstanding commitment to the Crime Stoppers Program and the ability to work with the law enforcement, media, and civilian participants in Crime Stoppers.
  5. The nominee must have demonstrated leadership, dedication, initiative, responsibility, reliability, persistence, and integrity.
                                                                            Most Innovative Fund Raising:

“For fund-raising activity or event, which successfully produced revenues for the Crime Stoppers Program.”

Qualifications:

  1. The event or activity must have occurred between 07/01/21 to 06/30/22
  2. Documentation describing the event must accompany the nomination.

 

                                                                                     Best Promotional Idea:

“For outstanding promotional idea or activity that has successfully promoted public awareness and support for the Crime Stoppers Program.”

Qualifications:

  1. The event or activity must have occurred between 07/01/21 to 06/30/22
  2. Samples of promotional items, ideas, or activities should accompany the nomination.

 

                                                                                           Media Award:

“For outstanding contribution by a media source  (TV, radio, or print) to a Crime Stoppers organization.”.  Occurring 07/01/21 thru 06/30/22

 

***We encourage ALL PROGRAMS to submit for any/all categories that apply***

 

Entry Requirements:

 

*All entries must be received by Sept. 1, 2022 *Due to time constraints there are no exceptions to this requirement*

 

Coordinator and Board Member of the Year awards should be submitted in the narrative form detailing the accomplishments of the nominee. Fund-Raising/Promotional activity should detail the event and its impact on the program and community as well as denote the innovativeness of the activity.