Chapter  Awards

I.B. Hale Chapter of the Year

Established in 1972 to honor former ASIS President and Chairman of the Board I.B. Hale, the award recognizes the most outstanding chapters in each award group. 

Criteria: Submissions are evaluated on a range of criteria including: membership growth, quality of chapter programs, support of ASIS certifications and the foundation, chapter financial status, promotion of the profession in the local community, and prompt submission of chapter reports to headquarters.

  • 2011 Group V Honorable Mention

  • 2010 Group V Honorable Mention

  • 2008 Group V Honorable Mention

  • 2006 Group IV Honorable Mention

  • 2004 Group IV Honorable Mention

  • 2003 Group IV Honorable Mention

  • 2002 Group IV Honorable Mention

  • 1999 Group IV Winner

  • 1998 Group IV Winner

  • 1997 Group IV Winner

Website of the Year

Launched in 2002, this annual award recognizes chapters for outstanding web design and content, as well as encourages the development and continual improvement of all ASIS chapter websites.

Criteria: Entries are evaluated over a six-month period (February - June of award year). Criteria includes web content quality, consistency of updates, as well as overall look and feel.

  • 2010 Group V Honorable Mention

  • 2008 Group V Honorable Mention

Chapter Newsletter of the Year

Launched in 1983 to support the establishment and continual improvement of chapter newsletters, this annual award recognizes outstanding print and electronic chapter newsletters.

Criteria: Submissions are evaluated on consistency, variety and quality of content, as well as overall presentation.

  • 2006 Group IV Winner

  • 2003 Group IV Winner

  • 1999 Group IV Winner

  • 1998 Group IV Honorable Mention

  • 1988 Group III Honorable Mention


Chapter Community Service Award

Established in 2008, this award recognizes chapters for outstanding service to the local community.

Criteria: Submissions are evaluated on chapter participation, benefit to community, and overall quality of project or endeavor.

  • 2010 Group 5 Winner