Most Outstanding Female Practitioner Award


Most Oustanding Female Practitioner Criteria

Current or former female employees of an Australian, New Zealand or Pacific policing, law enforcement or justice agency may be nominated for this Award.

The criteria for the Most Outstanding Female Practitioner are to have:

  • shown a tangible commitment to improving the delivery of law enforcement services to women in the community; and
  • mentored, supported and/or provided guidance to others within law enforcement, particularly women; and
  • enhanced the profile of women in law enforcement; and
  • made a difference for other women.

Download the Most Outstanding Female Practitioner Award Nomination Form here.

2021 Winner – Kim Crimmins


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