The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police
is proud to present
STAFF SERGEANT ROBERT BRUCE FRAME
of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
EXCELLENCE IN POLICING SERVICES AWARD
Staff Sergeant Robert Frame of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has demonstrated excellence in his policing duties through his leadership and guidance during the development and implementation of the Community Policing Office on the Kahkewistahaw/Cowessess First Nations Reserve. Faced with the challenge of disagreeing parties, lack of funding and negotiation breakdowns, Staff Sergeant Frame persevered and was able, through his leadership talents, to gain agreement by all parties and hence a Community Policing Office was created.
This challenge, as well as the manner in which Staff Sergeant Frame supervised his membership through four homicides in the Punnichy Detachment area in a five month period, has brought considerable recognition to Staff Sergeant Frame and, as such, the area has been selected as one of the pilot sites for the National “Detachment Performance Plan” by the RCMP. Not only a leader in his work life but in his personal life as well, Staff Sergeant Frame volunteers for many organizations such as the Regina Victim Services Board, Raymore Minor Hockey, Lions Club, Semans Royal Canadian Legion and a host of others too numerous to mention.
The leadership traits and skills of Staff Sergeant Frame of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the area of First Nations relations, Detachment performance, and his own personal achievements have made him a perfect candidate for the Leadership Award. As such, the Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police would like to commend Staff Sergeant Frame for his dedication and leadership abilities by awarding him with the Excellence in Policing Services Award for 2005 in the category of Leadership.
President, Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police