There are just eight weeks left to enter the National Tilley Awards, which close for applications at midnight on Monday 9th May.
The Tilley Awards create the unique opportunity to recognise and celebrate problem-oriented initiatives that have achieved measurable success in addressing community issues.
As per previous years, the awards are again broken down into five categories and the highest scoring projects for each category will receive the award of category winner.
The categories are:
- Police Now and student officers
- Business Support and Volunteers
Each of the category winners will be invited to present their projects to an acclaimed judging panel at the National Problem Solving Conference later this year. The judges and audience members will score the projects and the highest scoring submission will receive the award of overall Tilley Award winner for 2022.
Since the relaunch of the awards in 2018, hundreds of applications have been entered to showcase the different projects taking place across the country and copies of these applications are available to view on the Problem Solving Knowledge Hub page here.
Also available on our Knowledge Hub are copies of the application forms and guidance documents.
The Tilley Awards were relaunched by the Problem Solving and Demand Reduction Programme, now referred to as the Problem Solving and Crime Prevention Programme, as part of the work undertaken to assist in embedding problem solving as a core discipline in policing through the sharing of knowledge and best practice. More about the programme, along with other resources produced, are available here.
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