Denver Sheriff's Department Recruitment Video Wins Prestigious Award
The Denver Sheriff's Department recruitment video recently won the National Award of Excellence in the 2002 Videographer Awards competition.
The Videographer Awards is an international awards organization that helps set the standards for the video production industry.
Winners come from video production companies, independent producers, directors, writers, videographers, editors and other production professionals; corporate communications departments; educational institutions, government entities; broadcast and cable television operations; advertising and public relations agencies; and other businesses and individuals. . The Award of Excellence is the competition's highest media award. The recruitment video was selected from 2,468 entries from throughout the United States and several foreign countries.
The Award of Excellence is presented by a panel of judges chosen for their extensive experience and creativity in the video field, to those projects which they deemed were written, produced, shot and edited in an exceptional manner. Approximately 11 percent of the entries won this award.
Sgt. Darryle E. Brown, Public Information Officer of the Denver Sheriff's Department and David Achilles of Renaissance Media were the coordinators of the project.
"We are honored to have been recognized on a national scale for the hard work and time put into this project. We are especially thankful for the teamwork and cooperation of all involved to make this project a success." Sgt. Brown said.