Today (Friday 16 October) marks the one week deadline for applications to the 2020/21 Tilley Awards, which officially close on Friday 23 October 2020.
The awards, which are open to police forces and partner agencies in England and Wales, aim to celebrate and recognise projects that have achieved success in resolving community issues.
This year’s awards are again broken down into five categories, and the winner of each category will receive an award and be invited to present their project at the National Problem Solving Conference in February 2021. At the conference, an acclaimed judging panel and the conference attendees will vote for an overall winner.
The categories are:
- Police Now and Student Officers
- Business Support and Volunteers
To submit an application to the awards or to read the guidance for entrants, visit the Problem Solving and Demand Reduction website here- https://www.problemsolvingconference.co.uk/
Copies of submissions to the previous year’s awards, including the winning projects, are available to view and download from the Problem Solving and Crime Prevention Knowledge Hub page here
The Problem Solving and Crime Prevention Programme is a yearlong extension of the Problem Solving and Demand Reduction Programme, led by South Yorkshire Police on behalf of all forces, to embed problem solving as a core discipline in policing.
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