King's Police Medal
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|King's Police Medal|
|Awarded by the|
Sovereign of Ikonia
|Awarded for||For those who have served dutifully and honorably in the police force, exhibiting the highest devotion to their service|
|Sovereign||HM King Abrams I|
|First induction||3 January 2021|
|Last induction||25 December 2021|
|Next (higher)||Military Cross|
|Next (lower)||King's Vita Medal|
The King's Police Medal (post-nominal: KPM) is a personal decoration medal in the Kingdom of Ikonia founded by King Abrams I. It is awarded to retired policemen in His Majesty's Police for gallantry or distinguished service. It was established on 3 January 2021 to recognize officers who served in the police-force.
The medal is considered an honorable and personal recognition of service from the sovereign, where he doesn't require permission from government to appoint members, however majority of members that are inducted are recommendations. Membership consists of Recipients, and the Sovereign.
|Ikonia||His Majesty||Abrams I||2021[a]|
|Kapreburg||His Majesty||Jackson I||KD GCTA OH OM KPM||2021|||
- ↑ Fount of honour
- ↑ "Ikonian Honours System" (PDF) (IKO-HON–12-25). His Majesty's Royal Government. Retrieved 25 December 2021.