Nominations are now open for the National Detective Awards 2017, which take place on Thursday 12 October (venue to be confirmed) and will close on Friday 30 June 2017.
Award Nomination Form 2017
Annual Awards categories 2017
Awards Protocols 2017
The awards form part of a two-day seminar starting earlier that day for detective representatives and is organised by our National Detectives’ Forum, and sponsored by Police Money Matters and Police Mutual.
All applications, once approved through the force, should be submitted to Nyki Curtis at Police Federation of England and Wales, Federation House, Highbury Drive, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 7UY or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Last year's National Detective Awards took place on Thursday 13 October at The Forest Pines Hotel and Golf Resort in Broughton, Humberside.
You can read about last year's winners below as well as view the photo gallery from the event.
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November 2016 newsletter (flipbook version)
Detectives who foiled terror plot to kill soldiers in UK win national award
Damilola Taylor review detective wins national award
Detectives who foiled Islamic State jihad on streets of London win national award
Trainee detective wins national award after targeting child sex abusers
Retired Detective Ch Supt Dave Stevens with Tony Laud of Police Money Matters, Services to Detectives winner
Temp DC Rachel Moss with Claire Long from Police Mutual, Trainee Detective of the Year winner
PC Paul Gerrish with Claire Long from Police Mutual Smarter Detective winner
PC Paul Gerrish with Claire Long from Police Mutual Smarter Detective runner up
DI Paul Masters with Claire Long from Police Mutual Smarter Detective 3rd place
DS Holdcroft (r) pictured with Tony Laud representing Operation Grayhead winner of Detective Investigation
DI Martin Chudley on stage with Tony Laud, representing Operation Columbian Detective Investigation runners up
DS Pal Singh Temp DC Luke Bacon and Tony Laud 3rd place Detective Investigation
DI Paul Peters speaking on Operation Red Eclipse
Sponsor Tony Laud from Police Money Matters speaking at the event
Sponsor Claire Long from Police Mutual speaking at the event
DCC Peter Goodman speaking about Cyber Crime
Detective Supt Stephen Clayman speaking about Direct Entry
Tim Benson (left) and Dani Pruett (right) speaking about Polygraph use in the UK
DI Frazer Wylie speaking about The Death of Vulnerable Adults
DS Dave Sharpe speaking about The Death of Vulnerable Adults