Ralph Day Security Officer Heroism Award (Security Services Council)
Each year, one security officer is recognized for outstanding service/acts in the security profession by the Security Services Council (SSC) through the Ralph Day Security Officer Heroism Award. This award is meant for those that perform a heroic act that involves circumstances where a private security officer risks his or her life to save another person. The award nominee must be an employee of a contract security company employed as a security officer.
Women in Security Global Council Karen Marquez Honors Award
This award honors a female security professional who has consistently worked for the betterment of the security industry over an extended period. Nominees should be able to demonstrate how they have supported, promoted, and inspired other women in our industry to be exceptional leaders. Nominees must be an ASIS member in good standing but do not have to be a WIS Council member. Nominees must possess a minimum of 15 years’ experience in the security industry or 10 years’ experience or equivalent with an ASIS Certification.
Roy N. Bordes, CPP Council Member Award of Excellence
This award recognizes an ASIS member who has exhibited selfless devotion as a volunteer, emphasizing significant contributions at the council level over an extended period. Nominations may be submitted by a Council Vice President, Council Chairperson, or Vice Chairperson. The candidate’s nomination will be assessed based on years of service, contributions, and leadership provided.
Young Professionals Council GSX Experience Award
This award recognizes two ASIS young professional volunteer members who have exhibited strong leadership in the security industry. Applicants need to be below the age of 40. The criteria for this award include age, financial need, merit, council volunteer leadership participation and prior attendance at GSX.