PIM Member, Kay Orme, West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, David Jamieson and PIM Member Natalie Tucker at the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner Awards

The Kaleidoscope Plus Group’s service user involvement strategy, People In Mind (PIM) have been celebrating after finishing runners up at the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner Awards.

PIM were nominated in the Outstanding Community Project award category for their post-traumatic stress disorder support group.

The awards ceremony took place at the Midlands Arts Centre where West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, David Jamieson presented the awards ceremony.

Community Engagement and Fundraising Coordinator, Kirstie Barnes alongside PIM members Kay Orme and Natalie Tucker collected the award on behalf of the charity.

Kirstie was thrilled about being nominated for such a respected award and being recognised by West Midlands Police.

She said: “It’s great to be noticed by West Midlands Police for our post-traumatic stress disorder group.

“Hopefully we can go better next year and win the Outstanding Community Project award category.”

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