SIAC, along with The Monitoring Association (TMA), is sponsoring the National Sheriff’s Association (NSA) “Sheriff/Private Security Partnership Award.” NSA announced its various annual awards recently on its web site, which you can access here.
The partnership between security companies the sheriff’s offices is one that SIAC has highly encouraged over the years. As part of our mission, we not only work closely with many law enforcement agencies, but also bring security industry companies to the table so that mutually agreeable solutions for communities are achieved.
CALL TO ACTION
If you are partnering with a Sheriff’s Agency in any way that supports them or the community, you need to seize this opportunity to nominate the agency for this award by submitting the application and providing a brief explanation of the collaborative effort. If selected, your Sheriff AND your company will receive recognition by NSA and press releases that accompany this award
The partnership award is an example of NSA pushing this same type of approach – agreed-upon solutions with buy-in from all involved parties. Given the importance of adopting standards that make sense and are enforceable when it comes to managing alarm systems locally, we strongly encourage security companies to consider applying for this award.
The award recognizes the partnership between a private security company and a sheriff’s office. Nominations are now being accepted, and must be postmarked to NSA by December 16, 2022. Download an award packet here.
Awards Panelmwasylyshyn@co.wood.oh.usIf you have any questions concerning this application, please contact Ross Mirmelstein at 571.237.3292 or firstname.lastname@example.org.NSA Awards Working Group Qualifications Must be a partnership between private security and sheriff’s office. The nominee MUST be a member in good standing of the NSA. Application Complete the attached form and submit with supporting documentation listed below. Nomination submissions will be held on file for two subsequent years and re-considered each year. The nomination must include the following: •Description of the public-private partnership, project title, project activities and major accomplishments working with and involvement with the sheriff’s office. •Name of the Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff •Nominators name, title and sheriff’s office or private entity •Letters of Recommendation (Sheriff, etc) Other Award Information NSA will make arrangements for the award to be presented locally at the awardee’s office. Contact Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn, Wood County, OH at 419.354.9008 or
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