Published by Skills for Justice
Shining a light on the wider justice workforce, which includes police staff, call handlers, custody & detention staff, prison administrators and more, the Inspire Justice Awards is the first awards programme of its kind.
Across ten award categories the Inspire Justice Awards will recognise the outstanding individuals and teams working in staff roles that are all too often unknown. Serve & Protect CU, who offer a range of flexible savings and affordable loans to their 39,000 police, prison, military, fire service and healthcare members, join UNISON, the UK’s largest public sector union, NAPO, Policing Insight and SFJ Awards in pledging their support for the Inspire Justice Awards.
CEO of Serve & Protect CU Paul Norgrove comments:
“Serve & Protect CU is delighted to be sponsoring the inaugural Inspire Justice Awards, which recognises the vital work that our members carry out to keep our communities safe.
“The wellbeing and financial resilience of our members is central to everything that we do; we are therefore proud to be able to give back and champion their achievements by supporting these awards.”
Chief Executive of Skills for Justice John Rogers adds:
“As the Sector Skills Council for Justice, Skills for Justice is a vocal champion of the wider justice workforce, and we have launched these awards to say ‘thank you’ to all those who have made a significant difference to the safety and security of our communities.
“To help amplify this message, we are partnering with trusted sponsors and supporters from across the justice sector and its supply chain. We are therefore delighted to have Serve & Protect CU onboard.”
Nominations for the Inspire Justice Awards will close at 11.59pm on 22nd August; winners will be announced at a special awards ceremony on 30th November at Botanical Gardens, Birmingham.
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