Help Us Say Thank You!

Posted: March 10, 2014 in Uncategorized

Each year, MADD Nebraska gets the privilege of thanking those who work to keep our roads safe from substance impaired driving. Not only the amazing men and women of law enforcement, but those who support their work in prosecution, probation, education and even through volunteer work. It is a team effort to not only take impaired drivers off the road, but to make sure they learn from their mistake and make better choices in the future. To recognize the hard work that so many put towards making these changes and keeping us all safe, we need your help. MADD knows there is great work being done all across our state, so we are asking for those of you who do it, see it or work with those doing it to nominate them for our awards. Awards will be given in the following areas:

Law Enforcement Awards

  • Adult DWI/DUI Enforcement-Individual
  • Adult DWI/DUI Enforcement-Team
  • MIP Enforcement-Individual
  • MIP Enforcement-Team
  • Drug Recognition Expert-Individual
  • Traffic Enforcement Mobilization-Team
  • Education & Awareness – Individual
  • Education & Awareness – Team
  • Outstanding Impact Award

Community Partner Awards

  • Probation – Individual
  • Probation – Team
  • Prosecutor – Individual
  • Community Collaboration – Team
  • MADD Volunteer – Individual

Nominations are currently being accepted and will be until March 28th. The nomination form and all of the details are available on the MADD Nebraska website at www.madd.org/ne. If you have any questions about the nomination process or the awards please contact the MADD Nebraska State Office at (402) 434-5330 or ne.state@madd.org.

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