We invite you to help recognize people in your communities who go the extra mile to prevent and address crime in Alberta neighbourhoods by nominating them for this prestigious award.
Deadline: Submit an application on or before February 17, 2017.
2016 award winners
The 2016 Community Justice Awards were presented on June 3 at an event in Calgary co-hosted by the Medicine Hat Police Service.
Event program - 9.57 MB
Who is eligible?
These awards honour:
- youth justice committees
- crime prevention organizations
- victim services
- restorative justice organizations
Note: We're no longer accepting nominations for 2016.
To nominate a person, business or group
- Fill in the Nomination Application form.
- Submit the application by noon on February 17, 2017.
If you have questions about this process, please contact the Crime Prevention and Restorative Justice Unit at 780-415-1819.
We'll review your nomination of a person, business or group (ie, the nominee) based on these elements of community justice:
- leadership – demonstrating exceptional leadership ability in the area of local concern
- innovation – demonstrating innovative solutions or approaches in their work
- service enhancement – taking deliberate and logical steps to enhance the services they currently provide
- community mobilization – effectively mobilizing the broader community to address issues of local concern
- partnerships and collaboration – building connections and effective partnerships with agencies and parallel organizations in the community
If you have a question about these awards, contact:
Crime Prevention and Restorative Justice Unit
310-0000 (toll-free in Alberta)