Tilley Awards 2010
Tilley Awards 2010
This page and the hyperlinks on the top right hand side of this page provide you with all you need to know about this year's awards. We have made a number of improvements this year so applicants are strongly encouraged to read the programme guidance before submitting an entry (see document links on the right hand side of this page)
Key changes to this year's competition
A summary of some of the key changes made to this year's awards is provided below.
The competition is now open to Local Criminal Justice Boards and their agencies.
LCJBs and their agencies are also eligible to enter the 2010 stand alone category in recognition of the overlap and common interest between their own and CDRP agendas. In particular engaging local communities to increase public confidence and reducing re-offending. See the programme guidance (accessible through the hyperlink contained within the key documents links on the right hand side of this page) to check who is eligible to enter the awards.
A stand alone category that welcomes applications from partnerships that can demonstrate that they have successfully embedded problem solving in their area has been introduced for the 2010 awards.
The national competition remains similar to last year and invites applications from projects that have successfully adopted the SARA crime prevention model to address any crime type and/or priority community safety issues.
The stand-alone category invites applications from partnerships that demonstrate how they have successfully embedded problem solving in their area.
The application process is now partly completed online
Applications will be completed in two parts. The first part will involve entering your entries details directly onto the Effective Practice Database. A hyper-link to the database is provided on the top right hand side of this page. Please note that you will need to register your details on the database and log into the system before you are provided with the facility to submit an entry to this year's competition. The second part of the application process involves downloading and completing a Microsoft word questionnaire. You will be prompted to attach your downloaded questionnaire at the end of the online process.
The application forms for the national competition and the stand alone category are different documents so please make sure you download the correct questionnaire. Both questionnaires are provided by accessing the appropriate links on the top right hand side of this page.
Full details of how to complete the application process are included with the 2010 Tilley Awards guidance, available through the hyperlink on the top right hand side of this page.
The pre-marking service offered last year has been replaced with a series of regional road shows across England and Wales aimed at supporting potential applicants
This year we will be running a series of regional roadshows that aim to support potential applicants with developing their entries. The roadshows will take place during March 2009. To find out more about the timing of the roadshows and how to register your interest in attending please access the appropriate link on the top right hand side of this page.
The prize structure has been changed to benefit projects and partnerships entering this year's awards.
The overall winner will receive £3000 prize money, two glass project trophies and the Tilley Awards annual award (to be retained for one year). In addition, the winner of the first prize will be invited to sit on the 2011 Tilley Awards final judging panel. The project that finishes in second place will receive £2000 prize money and two glass project trophies. The project that finishes third place will receive £1000 prize money and two glass project trophies.
The winner of the stand-alone category will receive £2500 prize money and two glass project trophies.
All national finalists and the winner of the stand alone category will also win a chance to have their project or partnership filmed for promotional purposes and sharing learning.
The full prize structure is provided in the programme guidance, available by accessing the appropriate link on the top right hand side of this page.
Last update: Wednesday, January 20, 2010