NHWA COMMUNITY AND POLICING AWARDS

Each year, NHWA like to recognise and celebrate the hardworking individuals who make up Neighbourhood Watch and Neighbourhood Support (NZ). These individuals are a highly valued asset for our communities and police. We want to share and promote the good work of all our members across New Zealand and Australia.

We would like to encourage you to take the time to recognise an important, community minded individual who has qualities you would like to acknowledge and you think we should know about. These qualities should relate to the work and enthusiasm they have demonstrated in making your neighbourhood a safer, connected and inclusive place to live. Nominations for the Malcolm Grant OAM – NHWA Volunteer of the Year Award is in recognition of a volunteer community member. Nominations for the NHWA Police Commissioner’s Award is in recognition of a police employee.

There will also be the Commonwealth Minister of Justice – NHWA Innovation Award. This award is given in recognition of an innovative community project, promoting community safety and NHW values. This award is selected through the NHWA Community Funding Program.

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Past winners & finalists

Nominations for the NHWA Awards will open on Friday 19th August and close on Friday 16th September 2016.
Nomination forms are available below.

Download Award Criteria

Nominations can be completed online or can be sent in confidence to: 

NHWA National Office
Maroochydore BC
PO Box 5513
Maroochydore BC QLD 4558

THE MALCOLM GRANT OAM VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD

This award is given to an individual who has volunteered their time through Neighbourhood Watch and or Neighbourhood Support to empower people and communities through the development of strong and effective partnerships that promotes quality of life, well being and social inclusion.

About Malcolm Grant

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COMPLETE NOMINATION ONLINE

THE NHWA POLICE COMMISSIONERS AWARD 2016

The Police Commissioners award is given to a police employee or a police officer to recognise a police officer or employee who has volunteered their time through Neighbourhood Watch and or Neighbourhood  Support to empower people and communities through the development of strong and effective partnerships that promotes quality of life, wellbeing and social inclusion.

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COMPLETE NOMINATION ONLINE

The Federal Minister – NHWA Innovation Award

This award is run in association with the Neighbourhood Watch Australasia Community Funding Program.  Every successful Neighbourhood Watch Australasia Community Funding Program application is automatically entered into the Innovation Award.