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PPBI Best Practices Award


Every year, Public and Private Business, Inc. (PPBI) honors an individual, a corporation, or a public entity by presenting them with the PPBI Best Practices Award. The award recognizes those that exemplify superior leadership in furthering the understanding and development of the relationship between the public and private sectors in planning, practices, or response to a critical incident. Additionally, the recipient must have exhibited the positive aspects of partnerships that work. This year’s recipient is Brit Weber representing Michigan State University’s School of Criminal Justice for developing the Critical Incident Protocol (CIP) – Community Facilitation Program. Weber is the program director for the CIP-Community Facilitation Program. The program is funded under a grant awarded by the Training & Exercise Integration/Training Operations, National Integration Center, National Preparedness Directorate, Federal Emergency Management Agency, US Department of Homeland Security. PPBI recognized Weber for:Creating a public and private sector understanding of common goals to protect lives