PCSO applauded for ‘impeccable attitude’
TIME is running out to nominate someone you know for the good work they do within the community.
The annual Comet Community Awards aim to recognise people for their selfless acts to help others – from volunteers and carers to parents and teachers.
Do you have a good neighbour? Do you know a young achiever? Is there someone you feel should be acknowledged for their environmental efforts?
Log on to www.thecomet24.co.uk/communityawards to make your nomination now.
Those shortlisted for each of the 12 categories will be invited to a special ceremony at Hitchin Town Hall on May 31.
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Police Community Support Officer Chris Nash, who covers the Baldock area, has been nominated in the Service to the Community category of the awards by colleague Nikki Hall.
She said: “Chris has been described by a Baldock resident as being ‘a good community policeman who is doing a good job. He is true to his word and when he says he will do something, he does.’
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“His success is attributed to his impeccable attitude and his total commitment to his job.
“His knowledge of the town and its residents is described as second to none.
“Chris has recently being involved in investigating a series of vehicle thefts. His meticulous work resulted in him finding a golden nugget of evidence that resulted in the arrests of a team of suspects from London, alleged to have been responsible for over 70 similar crimes.
“He is also described as being ‘an exceptional PCSO who has genuine passion to make his town the best he can for his residents.’”
This year’s Comet Community Awards are in association with Garden Square Shopping Centre in Letchworth GC, and are sponsored by North Hertfordshire College, North Hertfordshire Homes, Specsavers, VW of Letchworth, Pinehill Hospital, The Altro Group, Stevenage Community Trust, PayPoint and Morrison Utility Services.
The categories for nominations are: Young Achiever of the Year, Carer of the Year, Service to the Community Award, Teacher of the Year, Valiant Volunteer of the Year, Parent in a Million Award, Nurse/Care Worker of the Year, Great and Green Award, Good Neighbour Award, Role Model of the Year, Charity Champion of the Year and Lifetime Achievement Award.
For more information about the Comet Community Awards, and to make a nomination, visit www.thecomet24.co.uk/communityawards