E.R. Cass Award: ACA's highest honor.
The E.R. Cass Correctional Achievement Award was created in 1962 in honor of Edward R. Cass, who devoted more than 50 years of his life to corrections. Serving as the American Correctional Association's general secretary for 40 consecutive years, Cass was dedicated to the goals and growth of the Association and to the field as a whole.
In 1962, ACA ACA - Application Control Architecture designated this extraordinary man as president emeritus e·mer·i·tus
Retired but retaining an honorary title corresponding to that held immediately before retirement: a professor emeritus.
n. pl. for his "utmost devotion and distinction to the work and interests of the American Correctional Association The American Correctional Association is an association of providers of services to prisons in the United States. It holds an annual trade show where products used in prisons are shown to prospective purchasers.
It was formerly known as the American Prison Association. " and for "service above and beyond the call of duty."
It is in this spirit and in recognition of these high ideals that ACA continues honoring corrections' most dedicated professionals through its E.R. Cass Award.
The recipients of the prestigious E.R. Cass Correctional Achievement Award for 2007 will be announced before the 137th Congress of Correction, to be held in Kansas City Kansas City, two adjacent cities of the same name, one (1990 pop. 149,767), seat of Wyandotte co., NE Kansas (inc. 1859), the other (1990 pop. 435,146), Clay, Jackson, and Platte counties, NW Mo. (inc. 1850). , Mo. Early selection of the winners allows families and friends to attend the actual award presentation at the awards banquet during the annual Congress.
Members of the ACA Correctional Awards Committee need your suggested nominations prior to the 2006 Winter Conference, at which time recipients are selected. Nominations must be submitted using the form below in order to be considered by the Awards Committee. Nominations must be received in ACA's offices by Dec. 1, 2006.
n.pl a set of standards, criteria, or specifications to be used or followed in the performance of certain tasks. :
* He or she must have been an active ACA member for more than five years.
* He or she must have made an outstanding contribution over the course of his or her career to the Association, its chapters and affiliates and to the corrections field.
* He or she must have shown deep concern for and must have actively participated in the field while exemplifying ex·em·pli·fy
tr.v. ex·em·pli·fied, ex·em·pli·fy·ing, ex·em·pli·fies
a. To illustrate by example: exemplify an argument.
b. ACA's principles.
* He or she must have been concerned with and aware of the effect of his or her contributions to the public and to the field.
Nominations should include:
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* Highlights of specific contributions to ACA, its chapters and affiliates, and the field of corrections; and
* At least five letters of support as deemed appropriate.
Entries should include the following information:
* The official entry form;
* A summary addressing each award criterion, not to exceed three single-spaced pages. (Please remember to submit only three pages--this rule will be strictly enforced. Since the Correctional Awards Committee will be looking for Looking for
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* One set of relevant supporting documentation.