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All members are urged to actively participate in the NCCJA awards process by submitting names of nominees to the NCCJA Awards Committee Chair, Lynne Snowden, UNCW.

Our association desires to keep the awards process a vibrant one. Please consider making a nomination for one of the following awards. These awards are generally given at our Fall conference. A nominee does not have to be a current (paid-up) member of NCCJA, but the person making the nomination MUST BE.

• The Founders Award for outstanding contributions to Criminal Justice (research) as an academic endeavor in North Carolina.

• The Margaret Lang Willis Outstanding Criminal Justice Educator Award for outstanding contributions to Criminal Justice (teaching) as an academic endeavor in North Carolina.

• The Carolyn and Richter Moore Citizen Award for outstanding personal contributions to Criminal Justice in North Carolina by someone outside the criminal justice system.

• The Perry Powell Outstanding Criminal Justice Professional Award for contributions to Criminal Justice as a professional endeavor in North Carolina.

How to make a nomination: The nominations must be submitted by individual members in good standing of the Association, but the award nominees do not need to be NCCJA members. Make your submission by January 15, 2014. The awards program of the NCCJA is led by Duane Everhart of Wayne Community College, NCCJA Awards Committee. You can inquire about making nominations by calling Mr. Everhart at 919-735-5151 ext. 6800 or writing dde@waynecc.edu.