May 31, 2016 - All applications due
July, 2016 - Award winners notified
August 14, 2016 - Award presented at annual Conference in Ottawa
All projects applying for consideration should focus on the achievement of one or more of the following award goals:
Ensure complete success of any exercise. Success includes not just the planning and implementation of the exercise, but the experience and lessons learned that comes from this practice and the documentation to ensure results of the exercise lead to success during a real incident.
In addition, the following criteria must also be met:
The award is open to all public safety agencies with the exception of private corporations in a stand-alone capacity. Individuals, teams, or groups such as agencies, divisions, sections, and detachments are eligible. Partnerships between police services, fire, and emergency medical agencies are eligible and encouraged. Cross border teams and those consisting of public/private partnerships are also encouraged.
To enter, each agency must submit a description of its local project or process detailing how well it has achieved one or more of the five award goals. Agencies may submit multiple applications for multiple projects. Every submission will undergo peer review by a special award panel of public safety professionals. Annually, up to four awards will be presented in categories of Federal/Provincial and Municipal levels.
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