Congratulations to OCA’s Sheila Perry, who received Crime Prevention Ottawa’s 2018 Volunteer Award on Monday night (November 5). Among many other volunteer activities, Sheila coordinated the Paint-It-Up project, which brought young people together to create the mural on the side of the Sens “bunker” in Overbrook Park, and has worked hard to ensure the Rideau High School building becomes a community hub.
2018 Crime Prevention Ottawa Award Winners Announced
Crime Prevention Ottawa is pleased to announce the winners of the 10th annual Crime Prevention Ottawa Awards. The awards honour people, programs and groups that are making our city a safer place for everyone.
The winners and finalists were celebrated at a ceremony on Monday, November 5, 2018 at Ottawa City Hall.
The award winners are:
- Innovation Award: J. Paul Fedoroff, MD, The Royal
- Volunteer Program Award: Émond Neighbourhood Watch
- Police Professional Award: Cst. Lila Shibley, Ottawa Police Service
- Business Award: CLV Group
- Volunteer Award: Sheila Perry
- Police Professional Award: Cst. DeWayne Knight, Ottawa Police Service
- Community Program Award: Vision Jasmine Committee
- Leadership Award: Matt Schaaf, Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women
Four finalists were also recognized:
- Corey Moynahan, Mechanicsville Community Association
- Osman Naqvi, YOUth Heroes
- Ikram Ahmed, Somali Centre for Family Services
- Graffiti Removal Crew, City of Ottawa