Includes recipients of the Queen's Police Medal and its forebears, the King's Police Medal and the King's Police and Fire Services Medal (police recipients only). -, Edinburgh City Police - PC 373B William Richard Tregunna, Edinburgh City Police - PC James Johnstone Walsh, Glasgow Police, City of - PC James Riach McKenzie, Glasgow Police, City of - PC Patrick Shields Park, Glasgow Police, City of - PS Ian Brough Revie, Greenock Burgh Police - Inspector James Smith Milne, Scottish City & Burgh Police Force Medals (Aberdeen to Greenock), Scottish City & Burgh Forces (Hamilton to Stirling), Edinburgh City Police Medals Adsett to Munro, Edinburgh City Police Medals McDonald to Wickham, City of Glasgow Police Senior Officers Medals, Metropolitan Police Medals, Helmet Plates & Photographs, Metropolitan Police - Detective Sergeant David Liddle, Special Branch, Metropolitan Police - SPS 3 P Harold Frederick Rowlatt, Metropolitan Police - PC Alick Edmund Boosey, Other United Kingdom Police Forces, Railways, Royal Irish Constabulary and Colonial Police Forces, Royal Irish Constabulary - Sergeant Henry Connolly, Royal Irish Constabulary - Constable John Donald Brown - a 'Black and Tan', Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks in Co Louth, British Transport Commission Police - PC John Jamieson, London Midland & Scottish Railway Police - PC Francis Fraser Mackenzie, The Fire Brigade, Army & St Andrew's Ambulance Corps Medals, Awards of the Volunteer Long Service Medal, The Scotsman, 16 October, 1900, Page 7, Pictures of the Royal Visit to Scotland in May, 1903, Sir Henry Duncan Littlejohn Kt., LL.D., M.D., F.R.C.S. It is made of silver.
effigy. side". For the Gallantry award, a thin red stripe runs through each silver stripe. The obverse of the medal has the monarch’s To see the section on the King's King George V Coronation (Scottish Police) Medal 1911 History and Medal Rolls, Scottish Police Coronation 1911 Medal Roll, Royal Parks, Edinburgh Holyrood Park Keepers Medal Roll, 1911 & Report from 30 May, 1912, 'The Scots, Biographies of the 11 Royal Park Keepers in Holyrood, Edinburgh, The 10 Types of GVR 1911 Coronation (Police) Medals, The King's Police Medal Recipients in Scotland, The King's Police Medal, Scottish Police Force awards 1909 - 1954, The King's Police Medal for Distinguished Conduct, The Special Constabulary in Scotland Medals, Edinburgh City Special Constabulary Medals, Scottish Police Force Galleries - Men, Equipment & Insignia, East Lothian/Haddingtonshire Constabulary, Edinburgh City Police Gallery 1 Pictures of Officers, Men and Badges, Edinburgh City Police Gallery 2 Pictures of Officers, Men & Equipment, Edinburgh City Police Gallery 3 Police Boxes, Edinburgh City Police Gallery 4 Resident Commissioner's Painted Truncheons circa 1837, Edinburgh City Police Gallery 5 Painted Police & Special Constable's Truncheons, Edinburgh City Police Gallery 6 Mounted Section Painted Truncheons, Edinburgh City Police Gallery 7 Pocket and Report Books etc, Edinburgh City Police Gallery 8 Police Buildings, Edinburgh City Police Gallery 9 Training School Photographs, Edinburgh City Police Welfare Association Constitution & Rules, Edinburgh City Police Welfare Association - Football Section, Edinburgh City Police Victorian Constables. Minor amendments to the warrant were made on 3 October 1916. , In 1936, amendments of 25 May gave greater provision for territories to opt to award their own equivalent medals. , In a warrant of 19 May 1954 the current version of the medal, named the Queen's Police Medal was introduced; at the same time a separate medal for the fire service was created, the Queen's Fire Service Medal. It is made of silver.
In 1933, two separate reverses were introduced. The first issue had a laurel spray on the Acts of gallantry in the police service normally attract the George Cross, George Medal or Queen's Gallantry Medal. Please note that many of the images Dr Henry Harvey Littlejohn M.B., B.Sc., F.R.C.S.E. The first 3 recipients were Metropolitan Police Constables, Cater, Dixon and Eagles who had been involved in the above chase. The reverse has a standing figure with a sword and shield inscribed to “GUARD MY PEOPLE”. Scottish Police Officers who volunteered to serve in WW1, Edinburgh City Police 'A' Division Officers prior to enlistment circa 1915, Edinburgh City Police & Metropolitan Police Officers in the Royal Garrison Artillery, Fife Constabulary officer in Military Police in East Africa, Fife County Police & Kirkcaldy Burgh Police in the Scots Guards in 1915, City of Glasgow and Lanarkshire officers in the 1st Life Guards in 1915, City of Glasgow Police officers in the Scots Guards in 1915, Perth City Police Officers in the Royal Garrison Artillery in 1915, Aberdeenshire Constabulary & SNECC - Superintendent George Argo, Ayrshire Constabulary - PC William John Ross DCM, Clackmannan County Police - CC David Muir Robertson OBE KPM, Dunfermline Burgh Police - Superintendent Andrew M Mitchell, East Lothian Constabulary - SC Matthew Ramage, Edinburgh City Police - Officers who served in WW1 - (A), Edinburgh City Police - Officers who served in WW1 - (B), Edinburgh City Police - Officers who served in WW1 - (C), Edinburgh City Police - Officers who served in WW1 - (G), Edinburgh City Police - PC David Shepherd Bayne, Edinburgh City Police - Assistant Chief Constable Francis Horace Berry OBE, Edinburgh City Police - PC 621 A Colin Fraser Brown, Edinburgh City Police - PS 59 B Murdo MacLeod, Edinburgh City Police - PC 517D John James McKenzie McCartney, Edinburgh City Police - PC 296 B Hugh McDonald, Edinburgh City Police - PC 549 D Thomas Melvin, Edinburgh City Police - Chief Constable Sir William Booth Rennie Morren CBE MVO, Edinburgh City Police - PC 459 C Thomas Patterson, Edinburgh City Police - Lieutenant Matthew Peacock, Edinburgh City Police -Alexander Hugh Manson Peebles - Son of Detective Officer Alexander Peebles. (c) Success in organizing Police Forces or Fire Brigades or Departments, or in maintaining their organization under special difficulties. , On 6 September 1940, the name was changed to the King's Police and Fire Services Medal to better reflect the eligibility of fire service personnel.
The KPM was introduced by a Royal Warrant of 7 July 1909, initially inspired by the need to recognise the gallantry of the police officers involved in the Tottenham Outrage.. (g) Prolonged service; but only when distinguished by very exceptional ability and merit. (The above is extracted (d) Special services in dealing with serious or widespread outbreaks of crime or public disorder, or of fire. The King's Police Medal, Scottish Police Force awards, 1909 - 1954 (Courtesy of Ian Hall - Sincere thanks, Ian) Aberdeen City Police - Edinburgh City Police King's Police Medal 1909 - 1954 Scottish Police Forces Additional photographs of recipients of the King's Police Medal. To see the City of Glasgow Police Includes recipients of the Queen's Police Medal and its forebears, the King's Police Medal and the King's Police and Fire Services Medal (police recipients only).. Subcategories. Constable William Joseph Burke, Belfast. On the 7th of July 1909 The Royal Warrant was signed by King Edward the VII and the Kings Police Medal was instituted. and biographical details in this section appear by kind permission of Ian Hall. Police Medal for Distinguished Conduct, please click, To see the City of Glasgow Police The King's Police Medal was instituted on 7  In the 1932 New Year Honours list, a distinction was made signifying only some of the medals were being awarded for gallantry.
The ribbon was to be "an inch and three-eighths in width, [...] dark blue with a narrow silver stripe-on either side".
More could be awarded in exceptional circumstances. The medal was to be awarded to those who have performed acts of exceptional courage and skill or have exhibited conspicuous devotion to duty. Leith Burgh Police Gallery 1 Pictures of Men & Equipment, Leith Burgh Police Nominal Roll 2 November, 1920, Leith Burgh Police Gallery 2 Painted Police and Special Constable's Truncheons, Leith Burgh Police War Memorial and Memorial Roll Transcription, Leith Burgh Police, Nominal Roll, Census, 1901, Leith Burgh Police, Nominal Roll, Census, 1891, Leith Burgh Police, Nominal Roll, Census, 1881, Leith Burgh Police, Nominal Roll, Census, 1871, Leith Burgh Police, Nominal Roll, Census, 1861, Leith Burgh Police, Nominal Roll, Census, 1851, Lothian & Borders Police Pocket Books and Aide-memoires, Musselburgh Burgh Police Painted Truncheons 1837 -1941, Stirlingshire Constabulary/Stirling County Constabulary, West Lothian/Linlithgowshire Constabulary, Biography PS Patrick Park City of Glasgow Police, Biography Lieut. Police Medal for Distinguished Conduct, please click here. Both types of award adopted the current ribbon design, with a further silver strip in the middle of the ribbon.
, Between 30 December 2009 and 12 June 2011, the medal was awarded to 71 officers in England and Wales.. This category has only the following subcategory. The circular "silver" medal is 36 mm in diameter.
with silver edges but in 1916, a central silver stripe was added.
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