Finalists from across the world gathered at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, 14 November, for a very special awards evening celebrating the best in policing practice at the inaugural World Class Policing Awards 2019, sponsored by Accenture.
There were six winners on the night covering the entire spectrum of policing with Devon and Cornwall Police crowned the overall winner for Operation Encompass. Six other finalists were also highly commended.
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Stephen Kavanagh QPM, DL the former Chief Constable of Essex and Chair of the World Class Policing Awards Steering Committee starts proceedings.
Mike Bush, Commissioner of the New Zealand Police steps up to announce the six finalists that were ‘Highly Commended’ by the judges.
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Community Peer Mentors by Durham Police, Crime and Victims Commissioner and Durham Police
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Local Policing Review 2018 – Public Consultation – Police Service of
Northern Ireland in partnership with Northern Ireland Policing Board
HIGHLY COMMENDED: First Drinks: First Impressions – Harm Reduction Through Police
Engagement – Queensland Police Service in partnership with Griffith University
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Exeter City’s partnership response to a terrorist attack on its Synagogue – Devon and Cornwall Police
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Operation Limelight and the ‘US/UK FGM Law Enforcement
Proclamation’ – Metropolitan Police Service in partnership with UK Border
Force, Homeland Security Investigations and the FBI
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Operation Stalker – Anti-Narcotics Dubai Police
WINNER: Mobility Programme – New Zealand Police. Award presented by James Slessor, Accenture Global Public Safety Managing Director, aided by host and BBC broadcaster Jeremy Vine.
Moonshot – Disrupting Criminals and Protecting Communities – Norfolk
Constabulary. Award presented by Chorus Intelligence CEO Boyd Mulvey aided by host and BBC broadcaster Jeremy Vine.
WINNER: Operation Polarity – Bedfordshire Police – Eastern Region
Special Operations Unit. Award presented by Paul Grady, Head of Police at Grant Thornton aided by host and BBC broadcaster Jeremy Vine.
WINNER: Tactical First
Aid Project – Queensland Police Service. Awarded by Andy Lea, Head of Policing at KPMG aided by host and BBC broadcaster Jeremy Vine.
WINNER: Salisbury/Amesbury Poisonings 2018 – Wiltshire Local Resilience Forum
Strategic Coordinating Group. Awarded by Nick Macdonald, Head of Consulting (Emergency Services Group) at Sopra Steria and aided by host and BBC broadcaster Jeremy Vine.
OVERALL WINNER: Operation Encompass – Devon and Cornwall
Police in partnership with Operation Encompass charity. Award presented by Allan Fairley, Managing Director of Public Safety at Accenture aided by host and broadcaster Jeremy Vine.
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