By Nancy Price-Hutley, National Recognition Committee Chairperson (

The 2023 National Recognition Committee needs a new member

There is an opening on the National Recognition Committee. As a member of the National Recognition Committee, you will be responsible for scoring awards nominations submitted by the membership, following CSP Recognition Program guidelines.
As a committee member, you will be required to review the submissions by a set deadline, in a fair, objective, and respectful manner; participate in (usually) one conference call; provide input on the nomination and scoring process; and other duties as required.

Committee members must have good time management skills, the ability to express themselves verbally and in writing, work within a team to meet the goals and objectives of the program, and, have a good understanding of the CSP Recognition Program.
Committee members must have at least five years of patrol experience and be an active regular member with day-to-day patrol experience.

Regional diversity will also be considered within the pool of applicants.

If you want to be part of a great committee and get a real sense of what people across our organization are doing, this is the group to be part of.

Applications must include the following:

  • Patrol CV, including all CSP experience, positions held (current or past), recognitions received, length of service, as well as any pertinent information from your personal/professional life.
  • A cover letter which includes your reasons for wanting to be part of the committee, and what you would bring to the position.
  • The names of two references.

To read the full job description, click here

Please note – your zone president and/or division presidents will be contacted to indicate that you have applied for the position.

Applications must be in by December 5, 2023 to National Recognition Committee Chairperson Nancy Price-Hutley at

If you have questions, please feel free to contact Nancy.

Volunteer opportunities – National Recognition Committee

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