A guide: Medals & Awards to British Police by Local Authorities of the United Kingdom

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A guide: Medals & Awards to British Police by Local Authorities of the United Kingdom
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A Guide: Medals & Awards to British Police by Local Authorities of the United Kingdom by David Picton-King

In the absence of official medals for gallantry, meritorious and long service unofficial awards are often created. In the case of the police forces of the United Kingdom gallantry was not recognised until the introduction of the King’s Police Medal in 1909 and long service in the regular police was not recognised until 1951. Many local authorities filled the gap and issued their own medals. This is a comprehensive guide to known local authority awards, gathered together for the first time.

Published June 2020, 155x234mm, case bound with colour jacket, 160 pages, over 260 colour and 16 black and white illustrations, ISBN 978-0-9957505-3-1.

This limited edition is priced at £12.00 to members (restricted to one copy each) and £17.00 to non-members, plus post and packing.