Dr. Serin’s Structured Parole Decision-Making Framework (SPDMF) is an evidence-based Framework that enhances transparency, accountability and consistency in parole decision making. The Framework incorporates decision makers’ conventional wisdom while improving analysis of individual cases. SPDMF was adopted by the Parole Board of Canada in 2011 for use in all release decisions.
Both nominees are demonstrating their imagination to innovate and their stamina to succeed while improving the economic and social well-being of their communities, our country and beyond.
Winners of the 2015 Manning Innovation Awards will be announced in the fall and honoured along-side four Young Canadian winners at a gala in Saskatoon on October 2. The Manning Innovation Award winners are selected by a distinguished body of academic and professional leaders from across Canada.
The Ernest C. Manning Awards Foundation has been discovering, honouring and rewarding Canadian innovators since 1982. Nearly 2,500 Canadians of all ages and regions have been recognized as qualified nominees, of which 250 have received the top Manning Innovation Awards.