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Excellence in Policing Award
The Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research gives this award once a year to a current sworn police officer, supervisor, commander, or executive who is a leader in their agency and has been a champion for implementation of innovative strategies that bring about change and improve policing.
2020 Recipient: Chief Scott C. Booth, Danville, (VA) Police Department
Chief Booth is pictured here with Dr. Roberto Santos and Dr. Rachel Santos. The award was presented in November 2020 at the City of Danville's Municipal Building in the company of the mayor, city council members, police executive staff, and the media.
2019 Recipient: Colonel Nathaniel McQueen, Delaware State Police
Congratulations Colonel McQueen on your retirement from DSP. We are honored to have worked with you and wish you the best of luck in your new position as the Secretary of the Department of Safety and Homeland Security for the State of Delaware!
The award is sponsored by SmartForce®. Smartforce® Corporation is a public safety software company that streamlines day-to-day business practices and workflows to help public safety organizations make the world a safer place. Smartforce® specializes in crime prevention, risk management, and administrative management. They believe in continuous improvement, accountability, transparency, and productivity. By helping organizations work smarter rather than harder, public safety organizations can be their best for the communities they serve.