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High Sheriff’s Prize 2015: hard work and commitment recognised at awards ceremony

Posted: 16th March 2015 by Essex CRC.
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More than 100 guests gathered at the Radisson Hotel, Stansted Airport, on March 5, to see this year’s winners receive their awards from the High Sheriff, Nicholas Charrington.

Martin Lucas received the Best Manager Award and also the overall High Sheriff’s Prize for his energy, professionalism and team-building skills which have helped make the Colchester office one of the best performing offices and a popular place to work among colleagues.

The Special Contribution prize went to Elisa Vasquez-Walters, for her high standards and commitment over 14 years in Probation, supporting service users and colleagues alike.

Hannah Hunt, Sam Mott and Ian Ball collected The Chief Executive’s Diversity Award, for their leading role in securing Essex CRC’s recognition as a Top 100 Employer in the Stonewall Equality Index 2015, and for their efforts to raise the profile of the Essex LGBT Alliance.

The Innovative Project Award went to Steve Sadler, for his tireless work to prepare and develop Essex CRC to be able to succeed in a fully commercial environment.

Kathryn George and Dominique Stewart scooped the Interventions prize, for their dedicated and proactive work with a wide group of agencies helping to provide Education, Training and Employment opportunities to service users, and often exceeding targets.

The Offender Management Award went to Monica Garcia-Calbio, for her exemplary work and achievements with some of the most difficult and complex cases.

Paul Brown took the Public Protection prize, for his energy and success in finding accommodation for those who in any community would find it difficult to be housed.

Supporting the Work winner Adam Nuthoo was recognised for his high standards and proficiency as a ‘no task too small – or big’ Service Support Officer and Interventions Administrator.

The Best Team prize was awarded to the Finance Team, who impressed the judges with their extreme care, hard work and exceptionally long hours during a period of constant change, as well as for their continued focus on improving processes.

The Working in Partnership winners were Julie Jones, Claire Keevil and Claire Callender, who were recognised for their valued contribution and commitment to the joint working of the Essex and Southend Joint Domestic Abuse Triage Team (JDATT).