CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
The Ohio Attorney General’s Two Days in May Promising Practice
& Robert Denton Special Achievement Awards
are designed to recognize the outstanding services of individuals and/or organizations empowering victims of crime in Ohio. Individuals and/or programs of any public or private nonprofit organization, whose mission is to assist, protect, or empower victims of crime, are eligible for consideration. Awards will be presented at the Attorney General’s Promising Practice & Special Achievement Awards Luncheon at the 2014 TWO DAYS IN MAY Conference on Victim Assistance on May 13.
Nominations and Deadlines
Please complete the nomination form below in its entirety. ALL entries must be received by the Attorney General’s Office on or before March 14, 2014. Nominations should include a descriptive narrative in a maximum of two typewritten pages. You may submit more than one nomination, but each must be submitted on a separate nomination form. The nomination form may be duplicated. Each nomination must be signed and dated by the person making the nomination.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO THE NOMINATING INDIVIDUAL OR AGENCY:
If your nominee or program is selected, you will be contacted to provide information to the Attorney General’s Office on the winning entry. The information/materials will be used in the preparation of a video that will be played at the awards luncheon. Items to submit should include: formal/official photos, newspaper clippings, family photos, awards, videotape, and any other material or photos relating to your nominee. These items will be returned.