The ISCPP presents the 2008 ISCPP International Award winners who received their awards at
the 29th annual ISCPP Symposium in Denver, Colorado, USA:


Above: L to R: ISCPP Executive Director Richard Cannady, ICPS,
Matt Barnes, ICPS and ISCPP President David T. Gabel, 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

 Category I (population over 100,000): 

​Matt Barnes
Thornton Police Department, Colorado, USA


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.

Category I (More than 100,000):

Greenville County Sheriff's Office Crime Prevention Unit
Greenville, South Carolina, USA



Above (L to R) Executive Director Richard Cannady, ICPS, Master Deputy Natalie Hill, Sgt. Brian Donnelly, ICPS, Christine Donnelly, ICPS, President David T. Gabel, ICPS



Above (L to R) Executive Director Richard Cannady, ICPS, Marilyn Satterfield, ICPS, Michael Toth, ICPS, President David T. Gabel, ICPS

Crime Prevention Unit of the Year

Category II (Less than 100,000):

Mentor Police Department Crime Prevention Unit
Mentor, ohio, usa


Community Crime Prevention Program-Project Award

This award recognizes the outstanding NON-POLICE community based crime prevention program-project (service clubs, PTA, schools, non-profits, etc.) which enhanced crime prevention initiatives at the local, state-province, or national level.

Reality Tour
Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA


Above: Executive Director Richard Cannady, ICPS, Norma Norris from
Reality Tours, and President David T. Gabel, ICPS



State/Provincial Programs and Associations Award

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.

Leeds Community Safety & Safer Leeds' CDRP
Leeds, UK



Volunteer of the Year

To annually recognize the outstanding contributions made by crime prevention volunteers whose exceptional dedication and commitment to crime prevention has enhanced crime prevention initiatives at local, state-province, and national levels

Christine Donnelly, ICPS

Greenville County Sheriff's Office
Greenville, South Carolina, USA



Above: Executive Director Richard Cannady, ICPS, Christine Donnelly, ICPS
and President David T. Gabel, ICPS.



Business of the Year
To annually recognize the outstanding crime prevention programs of a profit-making business who have made the most significant contribution to the prevention of crime for their organizations or for their community.

Norman Taylor, ICPS
All Pro Safety Education Consultants




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