King's Police Medal

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King's Police Medal
King Police Medal ribbon bar.svg
Ribbon bar
Awarded by the
Royal coat of arms of Ikonia.svg
Sovereign of Ikonia
TypeMerit award
Awarded forFor those who have served dutifully and honorably in the police force, exhibiting the highest devotion to their service
StatusCurrently awarded
SovereignHM King Cameron I
Statistics
First induction3 January 2021
Last induction3 January 2021
Total inductees2
Precedence
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 Cameron 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.

Composition

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.

Recipients

Nation Pre-nominals Name Post-nominals Invested Reference
Royal Standard of Ikonia.svg Ikonia His Majesty Cameron I 2021[a]
 Kapreburg His Majesty Jackson I KD GCTA OH OM KPM 2021 [citation needed]

Notes

  1. Fount of honour