Minister launches community awards

PRESS RELEASE IMAGE NO FEE FOR REPRODUCTION''EMBARGO UNTIL 00:01 25TH JUNE 2013.''24/6/13: Justice Minister David Ford launches the Annual 'Justice in the Community Awards' to recognise individuals, statutory and voluntray groups who have made a significant contribution in making their community a safer place. ''Pictured with the Minister are judging panel members; Baroness May Blood, NI Children's Commissioner Patricia Lewsley-Mooney and Brendan McGuigan (Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland). Further information and nomination form can be found at www.nidirect.gov.uk/justiceawards ''Picture: Michael Cooper

PRESS RELEASE IMAGE NO FEE FOR REPRODUCTION''EMBARGO UNTIL 00:01 25TH JUNE 2013.''24/6/13: Justice Minister David Ford launches the Annual 'Justice in the Community Awards' to recognise individuals, statutory and voluntray groups who have made a significant contribution in making their community a safer place. ''Pictured with the Minister are judging panel members; Baroness May Blood, NI Children's Commissioner Patricia Lewsley-Mooney and Brendan McGuigan (Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland). Further information and nomination form can be found at www.nidirect.gov.uk/justiceawards ''Picture: Michael Cooper

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Justice Minister David Ford has urged community groups in Derry to submit their entries for this year’s Justice in the Community Awards, with a chance to win £500 worth of equipment or services.

People have just a fortnight left to submit their nominations before they close on Friday, September 13.

Nomination forms are available from www.nidirect.gov.uk