To be considered, nominations must be received by Friday, 8th June 2018.
The Annual Royal Cayman Islands Police Service Outstanding Service Awards was established to recognise police officers, support staff, special constables and members of the public for outstanding and meritorious service that enhances public safety and police/public partnerships.
The 2017 RCIPS Outstanding Services Awards is scheduled to take place on Thursday 28th June, 2018.
Police Officer of the Year- throughout the period of (2017) displayed consistent exemplary professional and personal conduct. This award is a testament to the organization’s core principles (values) of courage, professionalism, integrity, selfless service and public safety.
Auxiliary Constable of the Year- throughout the period of (2017) displayed consistent exemplary professional and personal conduct. This award is a testament to the organization’s core principles (values) of courage, professionalism, integrity, selfless service and public safety.
Support Staff of the Year- this individual consistently demonstrated the core values of the organisation and the wider civil service of professionalism, customer service and integrity.
Diversity Award- the basic concept of organisational diversity accepts that the workforce consists of a diverse group that reflects the community it serves. This diversity consists of differences such as: sex, background, race, nationality, disability and personality. It is founded on the premise that the nominee has consistently demonstrated respect and tolerance for these differences that enhances the working environment and relations in which the organisational goals are met.
Welfare Award- this individual has demonstrated the core principles of esprit de corps by attending to the welfare, safety, emotional and or physiological needs of their colleagues and/or members of the public during a difficult time.
Special Constable of the Year- the Special Constabulary is an essential volunteer organization established by Statue to provide support to a range of policing activities. This officer consistently demonstrated exemplary conduct and service to the RCIPS and the community.
Community Spirit Award- the basic premise is that the police is more effective through community/police collaboration. This can be achieved through various methods either individually or collectively and demonstrates service to the community, public safety and confidence in police/community relationships.
Who can nominate?
Anyone, including private citizens may nominate someone for a particular award and may submit nominations in more than one category.
How do I nominate?
Complete the form including your reasons why this person should be recognised. The form can be returned electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org or you may submit via our website www.rcips.ky.
RCIPS Awards Nomination
Please fill out this form to nominate for an award.