ASIS International Awards Program Pointing Out the Best in the Society January 2009 Volunteer Leadership Meetings
3 ASIS Vision To achieve its vision, ASIS International will promote excellence in, and recognition of, the security profession.
4 Awards Committee Vision The Awards Committee will recognize excellence in ASIS chapters award entries worldwide.
5 Awards Committee Mission To provide a thorough and uncompromised evaluation of the entrants for the award competitions that the Committee is charged with judging,
6 Awards Committee Mission To provide a thorough and uncompromised evaluation of the entrants for the award competitions that the Committee is charged with judging, To ensure that each entry receives an assessment that is complete and comparable to that rendered to every other entrant,
7 Awards Committee Mission To provide a thorough and uncompromised evaluation of the entrants for the award competitions that the Committee is charged with judging, To ensure that each entry receives an assessment that is complete and comparable to that rendered to every other entrant, To guarantee that each entrant has an impartial and objective examination and that the results accurately indicate the standing among the other applicants for each award.
8 ASIS Awards Awards Judged By Awards Committee The I. B. Hale Chapter of the Year The Chapter Newsletter of the Year The Chapter Website of the Year The E.J. Criscouli, Jr., CPP Volunteer Leadership Award Chapter Community Service Award
9 ASIS Awards Awards Judged By Others Regional Vice President of the Year Award Paul Hansen Distinguished Service Award Standing Committee/Council Chairman of the Year Award CPP Recognition Award Presidents’ Awards of Merit Al Cross, Roy Bordes, etc.
10 Awards Deliberated by the Awards Committee January Leadership Meetings The I. B. Hale Chapter of the Year The Chapter Newsletter of the Year The ChapterWebsite of the Year
11 Awards Deliberated by the Awards Committee June Meetings The E.J. Criscouli, Jr., CPP Volunteer Leadership Award The Chapter Community Service Award
12 A Little About the Awards I.B. Hale Chapter of the Year Chapter Newsletter of the Year Chapter Website of the Year Criscouli Volunteer Leadership Award Chapter Community Service Award
13 Who Were Those Guys? I. B. Hale E.J. Criscouli, Jr., CPP
15 Who Were Those Guys? E.J. Criscouli, Jr., CPP
16 …and Announcing, New for 2009! The Chapter Community Service Award Devised by SRVP Joe Masciocco and developed by Joe, RRVP Marty Patnaude, SRVP Dave Bareno and SRVP Paul Stanley
17 Judging - How DO you do it? How do the smaller chapters compete with the larger ones?
18 New York vs: Austria ??? NYC Chapter = 1574; Austria Chapter = 19 All Entries Judged with Comparable Chapters Assigned to GROUPS Based on number of paid members on Jan 01 Membership stats from Hq, not the chapters
19 Group Sizes Group 1 40 or fewer members Group 2 41 – 70 Group 3 71 – 100 Group 4 101– 159 Group 5 160 – 300 Group 6 301 – 574 Group 7 over 575
20 Change? Awards reviewed every 2 years Goal is to remain current with the times, Not change too drastically or rapidly Changes reviewed by ASIS Board of Directors Implemented after changes made to Policy & Procedure – ( for following year)
21 How Do We Enter? Entry forms on Download them, fill ‘em in, send to RVP RVP reviews entries Submits one entry from region to Hq per group
22 When is the Deadline? To RVP NLT 11/15, then to HQ NLT 11/30 I B Hale Chapter of the Year Newsletter of the Year
23 When is the Deadline? To RVP not later than April 1 st ( Hq by 04/15 ) Chapter Community Service To RVP not later than May 1 st ( Hq by 05/30 ) Chapter Website of the Year To Hq not later than May 20 th E. J. Criscouli Volunteer Leadership
24 Who Submits? Chapter submits to RVP I B Hale Chapter of the Year Newsletter of the Year Website of the Year Chapter Community Service
25 Who Submits? ANYONE submits to RVP E. J. Criscouli
26 The Fine Print Awards take work, documentation & preparation and continuous effort! I B Hale Chapter of the Year Newsletter of the Year Website of the Year Chapter Community Service So START EARLY!!
27 The Judging Process Committee review of entry form Committee review of submitted materials Accuracy Counts! Volume does not – No points for plastic Entries reviewed at LEAST twice
28 The Judging Process Judges are ERVP’s* No RVP reviews a group containing any entry from his region Winner is based on consensus Member of Hq staff is tiebreaker if needed Not always a winner selected * Includes ARVP’s, RVP’s, SRVP’s and RRVP’s
29 The Website Judging Process Web site judging is different Sites assigned to judges by group At least 3 judges for each group Reviewed monthly July through December Foreign language sites judged by members (or Hq staff) fluent in website language
30 The Judging Process Regardless of the award,* feedback from the Awards Committee is provided to assist chapters in improving entries for following year * Excludes Criscouli Award
31 Tell ‘em what they’ve won! Glory, sense of a “job well done” and envy of peer chapters Guidon $$$$ – for Community Service Award More importantly, RECOGNITION
32 Wrap-up Simple – YES, Easy – No! contains details See Policy / Procedure 7000 series Included with paper copy: Bio of Criscouli & Hale ASIS Awards Timetable
33 Now comes the commercial Committee composed of 22 - 26 Occasional retirements and openings Contact JBP or MM if interested
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