Burnham-On-Sea residents invited to vote for the 'best on the
and Highbridge residents are being encouraged to vote for the
'best on the beat' with the launch of the annual Neighbourhood
and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens and Chief Constable Nick
Gargan are asking for the public's help to find the best neighbourhood
police officers, staff, volunteers and teams.
awards recognise the outstanding work of Neighbourhood Policing
teams and individuals in several categories - Neighbourhood Beat
Team of the Year, Neighbourhood Beat Manager of the Year; PCSO
(Police Community Support Officer) of the Year; Special Constable
of the Year; Volunteer of the Year and the Outstanding Customer
Constable Nick Gargan said: "Day in, day out, officers in
Avon and Somerset are doing their best to make sure the communities
they serve are safe and feel safe. The Neighbourhood Policing
Awards are a fantastic opportunity for local people to show their
support and recognition for that work."
you know a police officer, PCSO, special constable or neighbourhood
team who has helped you to feel safe in your home or area, perhaps
by tackling a problem which matters to you, then please nominate
them for these awards."
nominate visit www.neighbourhoodpolicingawards.co.uk
before the closing date of Sunday August 4th, 2013.
this date an independent panel will select winners across the
policing districts and an awards ceremony will be held on October
24th where an overall force winner for each category will be announced.