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Justice Awards 2005 Winners

Now in their second year, the Justice Awards 2005, organised by the Office for Criminal Justice Reform (OCJR), honour outstanding achievement by staff from a criminal justice agency, or from a voluntary sector organisation that works with victims, witnesses, defendants or offenders.

The winners of the 2005 awards were announced at a glittering occasion in central London on 2 November 2005. The winners were as follows:

Individual Awards

  • Outstanding achievement in caring for victims and witnesses
    Veronica Powell, Victim Support, Greater Manchester

  • Outstanding contribution to tackling youth crime (young people under the age of 18)
    John Andrews, Rainer, Northamptonshire

  • Outstanding contribution to working with offenders (adult and young offenders)
    Sharon Berry, Storybook Dads, HMP Dartmoor, Devon and Cornwall

  • Outstanding contribution to engaging communities
    Saf Ibrahim, Crown Prosecution Service, Avon and Somerset

  • Long service award for continued commitment and dedication
    Paul Sanders, West Midlands Police

Team Awards

  • CJS Innovation Award
    MP Bronzefield, London

  • Outstanding commitment to diversity
    Partnership Development Unit, Cheshire Police

  • Outstanding achievement in caring for victims and/or witnesses
    Victim and Witness Information Partnership, North Yorkshire Police and Crown Prosecution Service.

  • Outstanding contribution to working with offenders
    The Sherwood Prolific and Priority Offender Project, Nottinghamshire

  • Outstanding achievement in engaging communities
    The No Way Trust, Humberside

  • Partnership of the year: best example of joint working across the CJS
    Community Service Unit Team, Dorset

The winner of the Lord Justice Kay award is Emily Macaulay, Devon and Cornwall Police

Full details of the winners and short listed entries can be found on the Justice Awards Website.

Last update: Tuesday, September 02, 2008

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