THE CAROLYN REBECCA BLOCK AWARD
For an Outstanding Contribution to Homicide or
Lethal Violence Research by a Practitioner
To honor the service achievements of Carolyn Rebecca Block, as well as her role as co-founder of the Homicide Research Working Group, the membership has established a $500 award for outstanding service as a practitioner, with a focus on homicide and/or lethal violence. An additional $500 is provided to help cover expenses for the presentation at the HRWG meeting.
Eligibility for the award includes the following criteria:
The candidate is currently employed full-time or part-time by a criminal
justice, medical, legal, governmental, or other non-academic related
agency, or is a volunteer as a practitioner at such an agency.
The candidate has made significant contributions to understanding in the field of homicide or lethal violence.
The candidate agrees to present or describe their work at a meeting of the
Homicide Research Working Group.
The award is given annually if eligible and worthy candidates are available and
chosen. There will be deemed no obligation on the part of the Homicide
Research Working Group to issue the award every year.
Please send any questions or nominations to Dallas Drake (firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to the deadline.
Review of nominations will begin March 15, 2017.