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DETENTION FACILITY INNOVATION AWARD - Awarded to a detention facility which has demonstrated exception achievement in developing and/or enhancing a particular aspect or feature in the facility or in the operations of the facility in line with the mission of the Sheriff's Office during the past year.
DETENTION OFFICER OF THE YEAR AWARD - Awarded to a Certified Detention Officer, without regard to years in service, who has exhibited professionalism and dedication to the Office and the community during the past year.
DETENTION SUPERVISOR OF THE YEAR AWARD - Awarded to a Certified Detention Officer serving in a supervisory capacity (Corporal and/or Sergeant) who excel in their positions and are highly regarded by their staff for their consistent leadership, integrity, understanding and support, both professionally and personally, during the past year.
DETENTION ADMINISTRATOR OF THE YEAR - Awarded to a detention administrator/commander who has shown exemplary leadership and has contributed to the improvement of the jail environment positively for enhanced safety, security, and custody to benefit overall jail operations, officers, staff, inmates, and the general public.
CIVILIAN EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR AWARD - Awarded to a “non-certified” Detention employee serving in a support section of the Office who has who provided innovative ideas that enhanced the efficiency of the facility in line with the mission of the Office during the past year.
HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR AWARD - Awarded to the Detention Center medical staff member who set the bar for jail medical programs and best represents the overall spirit of professionalism, caring, and dedication. This award is submitted by peer nominations from medical or detention staff members.
DEDICATION TO EXCELLENCE AWARD (aka OVERWORKED & UNDERPAID AWARD) -Awarded to a detention officer, supervisor, or administrator who in the past year has gone above and beyond normal expectations by working extra hours, making extra effort to ensure the safety and security of staff members, inmates, and the general public
DISTINGUISHED VALOR AWARD - Awarded to a detention officer, supervisor, or administrator who has put it all on the line, by either voluntarily risking his/her own personal safety to heroically serve and protect or who has made critical decisions or has taken preventive actions that ensured the safety and security of staff, inmates and the general public.
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QUALIFICATIONS FOR AWARD
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