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14-092 Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office To Hold Annual Agency Awards Ceremony

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
-Sheriff Bob Gualtieri

What:  The Sheriff’s Annual Agency Awards Ceremony recognizes courageous service and personal initiative in solving crime.

Where:  The ceremony will take place at the City of Seminole Recreation Auditorium, located at 9100 113th Street North in Seminole.

When:  The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6th, 2014.


The Sheriff’s Annual Agency Awards Ceremony recognizes courageous efforts, personal initiative in solving crimes and providing outstanding public service.

This year’s ceremony will recognize over 150 individuals for their exemplary efforts throughout the year as well as:

  • Law Enforcement Deputy of the Year
  • Detention Deputies of the Year
  • Forensic Science Specialist of the Year
  • The Jackie Clement Award - For an outstanding performance by a support staff member in the Child Protection Investigations Unit.
  • Support Staff Member of the Year

Agency members will also receive awards in these categories:

Certificate of Professionalism – For an outstanding performance or achievement which brings credit to the agency.

Gold Star – For saving a life in a non-threatening situation or for an exemplary act.

Unit Achievement Award – For excellence in a group effort in an investigation or project.

Excellent Service – Awarded for a major accomplishment or arrest.

Meritorious Service - Awarded for a heroic act while attempting to save a life.

Exceptional Service – Awarded for a heroic act involving grave personal danger.

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