IACP/Motorola Webber Seavey Award: Quality in Law Enforcement

2014 Application Deadline: June 20, 2014

Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 IACP/Motorola Webber Seavey Award. Please utilize the Application Guidelines & Form below in preparing your application. For questions or additional information, please contact Christina Horst at: webberseavey@theiacp.org.

2014 Application and Guidelines.

Jointly sponsored by IACP and Motorola, the Webber Seavey Award is presented annually to agencies and departments worldwide in recognition for promoting a standard of excellence that exemplifies law enforcement's contribution and dedication to the quality of life in local communities. This program helps law enforcement agencies worldwide and the communities they serve by redefining the concept of law enforcement and how it is routinely performed. The award is named for Webber S. Seavey, the IACP's first president.

The program annually honors achievements in one or more of the following goals:

  • Continually improving services to the community;
  • Strengthening police relations and promoting community participation;
  • Effectively using resources;
  • Enhancing communications within and cooperation among agencies;
  • Developing creative and innovative approaches that promote excellence in law enforcement.

2013 Abstracts
2012 Abstracts
2012 Webber Seavey Award Winners and Semifinalists
2011 Abstracts
2011 Webber Seavey Award Winners and Semifinalists
2010 Abstracts
2010 Webber Seavey Award Winners and Semifinalists
2009 Abstracts
2009 Webber Seavey Award Finalists and Semifinalists
2008 Abstracts
2008 Webber Seavey Award Finalists and Semifinalists
2007 Abstracts
2007 Webber Seavey Award Finalists and Semifinalists
2006 Abstracts
2006 Webber Seavey Award Finalists and Semifinalists
2005 Abstracts
2005 Webber Seavey Award Finalists and Semifinalists
2004 Abstracts
2004 Webber Seavey Winners, Award Finalists and Semifinalists
2003 Abstracts
2002 Abstracts

 

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