The ISCPP presents the 2012 ISCPP International Award winners who received their awards at
the 31st annual ISCPP Symposium in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA:


From left to right: Saskatchewan Deputy Minister Dale McFee, ISCPP
Executive Director Richard Cannady, ICPS; Sgt. Dave Thomas; Sean Sportun, and 2010-2012 ISCPP President Brian Donnelly, ICPS

George B. Sunderland Practitioner of the Year Award

The George B. Sunderland Practitioner of the Year Award is Lifetime Achievement Award. It is recognizes the significant contributions made by the outstanding Crime Prevention Practitioners whose exceptional dedication and enthusiasm for crime prevention has provided a positive impact on the quality of life for others

 Sergeant david J. Thomas

Nominated by: Sean Sportun, Manager
Mac's Convenience Stores, Canada


Crime Prevention Unit of the Year
To annually recognize the outstanding crime prevention units which have made the most significant contributions to the crime prevention profession. This category includes all police initiated programs-projects.


Provincial Community Issues Unit, Crime Prevention Section,
Field Support Bureau, Ontario Provincial Police

Nominated by: Sean Sportun, Manager
Mac's Convenience Stores, Canada.





Community Based Crime Prevention Program of the Year

Category I (population over 100,000): 

"THE WOODLANDS WATCH"

Nominated by: Marian M. Leck, ICPS
Woodland Township, TX, USA

Category II (population under 100,000):

"ASPIRE"

Nominated by: Brittany Wakefield
Safe City Mississauga, Canada



Volunteer of the Year

 

SEAN SPORTUN



Nominated by: Sgt. David J. Thomas
Ontario Provincial Police, Canada



From left to right: Saskatchewan Deputy Minister Dale McFee,
ISCPP Executive Director Richard Cannady, ICPS; Sgt. Dave Thomas;
Sean Sportun, and 2010-2012 ISCPP President Brian Donnelly, ICPS.



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