Cleveland Police Wellbeing Team Wins National Award
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Cleveland Police Wellbeing Team has won a national award for supporting its officers and staff.
A panel of expert judges voted unanimously in favour of presenting Cleveland Police with the ‘Highly Commended Award’ after being shortlisted at the Inspire Justice Awards.
The Force was noted for the duty of care it takes towards the health and wellbeing of new student officers and officers who present with symptoms of poor mental health.
Pauline Wisker and Emma Doree from the Wellbeing Team attended the award ceremony held at in London on Thursday 26th October.
Cleveland Police Human Resources Director Lynne Swift said: “This award is really good news for Cleveland Police. The wellbeing of our officers and staff is extremely important and this award is testament to the hard work and commitment of the wellbeing team in dealing with any wellbeing issues as timely and effectively as they can. Well done to all of them and to all of the nominees.”
Wellbeing Manager Michelle Glenton said: “This is a great achievement for the team and recognises all the hard work over the last year in delivering and striving to improve the service to the force.”
The Inspire Justice Awards celebrate the essential contribution and achievements of the wider justice workforce, who are often hidden from public view but deserve to have their stories and dedication publicly recognised.
Photo caption (L-R): Pauline Wisker and Emma Doree from the Wellbeing Team.