U.S. Attorney’s Office Seeking Nominations For "working Hard, Making A Difference Awards
In conjunction with Native American Heritage Month, United States Attorney Michael W. Cotter seeks nominations for "Working Hard, Making a Difference Awards". Cotter seeks to recognize individuals in Indian Country who have made significant contributions to public safety.
In reflection on the new award, U.S. Attorney Cotter said: "Every time I go to Indian Country I am impressed and reminded that many unsung heroes are working every day to make Indian Country a better place for all. The U.S. Attorney's Office has many outstanding law enforcement partners. We need to do a better job of recognizing the men and women who work day in and day out to assure that our reservation communities are safe and justice is served."
Nominations should include the name, title, and contact information of the nominee along with a one page narrative describing how this person has made an outstanding contribution to public safety in Indian Country in Montana.
Nominations should be submitted to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Attn: Sally Frank, P.O. Box 1478, Billings, Montana, 59103, on or before December 1, 2010. The "Working Hard, Making a Difference Award" winners will be announced in late December.