Crime Prevention Ottawa Safety Award Winners

2015 Community Safety Award Winners

 
Crime Prevention Ottawa is pleased to announce the winners of the 7th annual Community Safety Awards. The awards recognize the people and programs that have made a difference in preventing crime and making communities safer across the city.
 
The winners and finalists were celebrated at the Community Safety Awards ceremony on Monday, November 2, 2015 at Ottawa City Hall.
 
The award winners are:
  • Leadership Award: Tammy Corner, Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre
  • Innovation Award: I can MANifest change, Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women
  • Youth Leadership Award: Stanford Miaro, MANup!
  • Enforcement Professional Award: Staff Sgt. David Zackrias, Ottawa Police Service
  • Enforcement Professional Award: Cst. Jacques Carrière, Ottawa Police Service
  • Community Program Award: PACT-Ottawa (Persons Against the Crime of Trafficking in Humans)
  • City Program Award: OC Transpo, Safety Stakeholder Working Group
 
To view the videos of our winners, please visit www.crimepreventionottawa.ca or our YouTube Channel.
 
Rogers Television will broadcast the awards ceremony on ‘Podium’ on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 7 pm on Cable 22.
 
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Lauréats des Prix du Mérite de la sécurité communautaire 2015
 
Prévention du crime Ottawa est heureuse d’annoncer les noms des lauréats de la 7e édition des Prix du Mérite de la sécurité communautaire. Ces prix récompensent les personnes et les programmes qui ont fait une différence en ce qui a trait à la prévention du crime et à l’accroissement de la sécurité communautaire à l’échelle de la ville.
 
Les lauréats et les finalistes ont été honorés lors de la cérémonie de remise des prix, le lundi 2 novembre 2015 à l’hôtel de ville d’Ottawa.
 
Voici la liste des lauréats.
  • Prix leadership : Tammy Corner, Centre de santé communautaire Pinecrest-Queensway
  • Prix innovation : Je peux MANifester le changement,  Coalition d’Ottawa contre la violence faite aux femmes
  • Prix jeune leader : Stanford Miaro, MANup!
  • Prix professionnel chargé de l’application de la loi : Sergent d’état-major David Zackrias, Service de Police d’Ottawa
  • Prix professionnel chargé de l’application de la loi : L’agent Jacques Carrière, Service de police d’Ottawa
  • Prix programme communautaire : PACT-Ottawa  (Personnes en action contre la traite des personnes)
  • Prix programme municipal : OC Transpo, Groupe de travail des intervenants sur la sécurité du transport en commun
 
Pour visionner les vidéos de nos gagnants, visitez www.preventionducrimeottawa.ca ou notre réseau YouTube.
 
Télévision Rogers diffusera la cérémonie le jeudi, 12 novembre 2015 sur l’émission Podium à 19 h au câble 22.
 
Francine Demers
Administrative Assistant/adjointe administrative
Crime Prevention Ottawa/prévention du crime Ottawa
110 Laurier Avenue West/110 avenue Laurier ouest
Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1
(613) 580-2424, ext./poste  22454Fax/téléc:  (613) 580-2593
 
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2 thoughts on “Crime Prevention Ottawa Safety Award Winners

  1. Carol Lever (@CarolLever) November 3, 2015 / 5:50 pm

    I think that this is a great medium to engage area ward members, and actually was just commenting about the American engagement process on Democracy Now’s web site. In the United States they are using on line petitions which is really great and we do the same to get the word out on various social issues of concern, (everything is social right?) and they go one step further by asking citizens to vote on bills presented by politicians which is a great way to find out what people think instead of just using surveys. Here in Canada the House members vote and the Queen’s authority has the final say to pass by Royal Assent, but we should look ahead to on line voting when bills are presented to the house to get the publics vote and feedback as well. This will stimulate more discussion and get more citizens involved in the very interesting work going at all levels of government. I also like the idea of web based on line voting whereby citizens can use their passcode protected computers to participate whether through elections or by voting as a form of feedback on new legislative proposals for example.

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  2. Carol Lever (@CarolLever) November 3, 2015 / 10:15 pm

    I watched all 31 if videos posted by Crime Prevention Ottawa, and already can feel the love and caring. You all deserve more than an award but just knowing how much we all appreciate your efforts is a reward itself and the reason we do it.

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