Introduced in 2007, the Police Partnership Award honours the achievements and services of active police officers or police units in developing key relationships with private or government sector agencies involved in highway transportation safety. As a component of Canada’s Road Safety Strategy 2025: Towards Zero - The Safest Roads in the World, this award encourages the police, road safety partners and the public to “Rethink Road Safety”.
The 2022 nomination period is now closed.
Nominations for the Police Partnership Award can be submitted by CCMTA members in good standing, including members of the Board of Directors, Program Committees and Working Groups.
Submissions should reflect achievements and service of active individual police officers, or units in developing key relationships with private or government sector agencies involved in highway transportation safety at the local, regional, provincial/territorial or national level.
Submissions should recognize police efforts that build partnerships in support of strategies which reduce injury and death due to road crashes, including the lessons learned and results from those efforts.
Nominators must be members in good standing with CCMTA.
Completed award nomination form.
Brief statement citing the accomplishments that make the nominee deserving of this award.
Nominations should be specific about the achievements for which the award is proposed. Clear, concise information about the accomplishments of the nominee is most useful.
Corporal Dunmall was recognized for her commitment, collaboration, and essential work with Yukon Territory’s road safety stakeholders. Her dedication to road safety has made a difference to road safety in the Yukon Territory.
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2019 - Sgt. Todd Scaplen RCMP G Division Northwest Territories