2020 Public Safety Valor Awards Department NominationsHonorees may be nominated by their chief or agency head from any law enforcement, fire/rescue, and emergency management agency, regarding the incident(s) should have occurred between April 2019 and March 2020 and taken place in Cumberland County, Fayetteville or on Fort Bragg, or have involved personnel based in Cumberland County. Please note that several individuals may be nominated in different categories for the same incident, based on the role they played.
The highest award for valor and heroism. Awarded in cases in which a public safety official knowingly places themselves at risk of death or extreme serious bodily harm in the performance of an official act.
To be awarded in recognition of official acts taken in a life-threatening situation where an individual’s life is in jeopardy, either medically or physically.
Award of Merit
To recognize outstanding public safety work which demonstrates initiative, ingenuity, and/or diligence in the performance of his/her duties. Ex: Creating a new program or process, solving a cold case, detective work over a long period of time on a major initiative, etc.
All nomination forms are due to the Chamber by April 1, 2020 electronically. All forms must include a professional headshot of each nominee – nominations will be considered incomplete without it. No late or incomplete entries will be accepted.
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