- The nominee, or the nominee’s agency, must be a member of FIU.
- The nominee must have been able to contribute significantly to the law enforcement /homeland security intelligence community through one significant event or a series of lesser events that culminated to being noteworthy. Examples include, but are not limited to: significant contribution to, or solving major case(s), promotion of criminal intelligence, successful case closures through intelligence sharing, data mining, intelligence product dissemination, etc., superior intelligence product development, subject matter expert in intelligence related fields, intelligence training,
- The act(s) included in the nomination must have occurred in 2013 or 2014. Historical acts (briefly explained) used to support the more recent incidents will be acceptable and are encouraged.
- The whole person concept is important. If applicable, provide information concerning extra-curricular activities that are also exemplar.
Nominations are received from May - July each year. The award is presented at the annual FIU Training Workshop