This could include an officer who has gone the extra mile to ensure families have access to appropriate support, showcasing how they have worked with other organisations effectively in a case. Nominated individuals should have shown effective communication skills which recognise the trauma faced by individuals. This could be in particularly complex cases for example.
Nominated individuals should have shown continued excellence in providing support, and entry forms should reference best practice in liaison.
We welcome nominations from colleagues.
How to enter
- Download the entry form and guidance notes below.
- Complete the entry form, making sure you have filled in all areas and given as much detail as possible.
- Email the completed entry form and any supporting material to email@example.com.
Entry form - Outstanding Family Liaison Officer Award 2022
Guidance notes - Outstanding Family Liaison Officer Award 2022
“We’re delighted to be sponsoring Brake's UK Roads Policing and Family Liaison Officer Awards again. It is an important event that honours and acknowledges the amazing work of a remarkable group of police officers. It is work that is often unsung and is done behind the scenes with quiet dignity. Their support for families going through the toughest of times is vital. Well done to the nominees and the winners. You are all extraordinary.”
Quentin Underhill, partner and head of serious and catastrophic injury, Alderstone Solicitors
“Our personal injury team at Hodge Jones & Allen are delighted to sponsor and support the nominees for the Brake Family Liaison Awards. Sadly, we do see the impact and devastation that road traffic deaths bring to individuals and their families and having the support of the FLOs is vital. Our congratulations to all those nominated for providing outstanding support to road crash victims.”
Leticia Williams, partner and head of personal injury, Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors
"We are very proud to sponsor these awards which pay tribute to the outstanding work undertaken by family liaison officers across the country. The support they provide to families and individuals devastated by road death and serious injury is essential. Every single one of the nominated FLOs has excelled in their duties and we congratulate all of the entrants and nominees for their vital work this year."
Martin James, chief operating officer, Horwich Coghlan (HCC) Solicitors
“We are delighted to continue our long-standing support of the police family liaison service by once again co-sponsoring this event. We see all too often the devastation to families torn apart by road traffic crashes and the importance of the tireless work of FLOs up and down the country cannot be underestimated. Congratulations to all nominees.”
Nick Godwin, principal lawyer, serious injury, Slater and Gordon