Out of more than 4,100 submissions from 27 countries, 911MEDIA has been named a Bronze and Silver winner in the 2020 Summit Creative Award competition for its creative work for the Port Authority Police Benevolent Association (PAPBA), the California Correctional Supervisors Organization (CCSO) and Dignity Health.
911MEDIA was recognized with two APEX Awards of Excellence for its publishing and communications accomplishments on behalf of the Peace Officers Research Association of California, one for the October 2019 issue of the PORAC Law Enforcement News magazine and the other for the development of PORAC’s mobile application (available from the Apple App Store and Google Play).
911MEDIA has been recognized with two 2020 Azbee Awards of Excellence from the American Society of Business Publication Editors for its relaunch of Keynotes, the official publication of the California Correctional Supervisors Organization (CCSO).
From a field of more than 6,000 entries from throughout the U.S. and around the world, 911MEDIA’s projects have been selected for two 2020 Communicator Awards of Excellence and seven Awards of Distinction from the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence for communications professionals.
Top law enforcement officials, peace officer and district attorneys’ associations, victims’ rights organizations and civic leaders from across the state have joined forces to speak out against Proposition 57, which will be voted on in California’s general election on November 8. More than 50 county district attorneys, 30 county sheriffs, 20 police chiefs, 30 congressional members and thousands of peace officers, crime victims and criminal justice advocates represented by over 45 associations unequivocally urge voters to vote No on Prop 57.