Use the form at the bottom of this page to nominate someone for the Traffic Safety Board or STOP-DWI awards. Please review the award criteria below to make sure your nominee is appropriate for the selected awards.
Traffic Safety Board Awards
THE MARK TUOHEY, JR. AWARD
The Mark Tuohey, Jr. Award is presented to an individual(s) for outstanding commitment to the issue of traffic safety within the community. This award is presented in memory of Mr. Mark Tuohey, Jr. who worked for the FBI and was Corporate Safety Director for Eastman Kodak Company. He was dedicated to keeping the community in which he resided a safer place and was recognized throughout Western New York for his efforts.
An example of outstanding commitment would include but not be limited to a program or imitative that significantly promotes or affects traffic safety.
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An individual who performs significant actions or efforts in the area of traffic safety outside the scope of their normal job-related duties.
THE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to a recipient that exemplifies the commitment to promoting safe roadways and reducing traffic injuries/fatalities in our community over an extended and significant period.
THE COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
The Community Service Award is presented when the recipient has demonstrated an effort beyond the normal course of their job-related responsibilities in preventing traffic-related injuries/fatalities.
THE CERTIFICATE OF MERIT
The Certificate of Merit is presented when a community member of their agency recognizes recipient’s efforts in the area of traffic safety.
“TOP COP” AWARD
Top Cop award is presented to a Monroe County officer who exemplifies a superior and well-rounded commitment to the DWI arena through education, arrests and training.
CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION
Certificates are presented to officers chosen by their departments for their commitment to the DWI arena.
This award is presented to a leader within an agency who continuously exemplifies a superior commitment to the DWI arena and has strived toward unique ways to motivate his officers to stay focused on the DWI arena.