Awards and decorations of the Singapore Police Force


Awards and decorations of the Singapore Police Force

Orders and decorations conferred specifically to officers from the Singapore Police Force in Singapore:

Medals

Colonial Era

*King's Police Medal
*Queen's Police Medal
*Colonial Police Medal
*Colonial Police Long Service Medal

After World War II

*Police Long Service Medal
*Good Service Medal
*General Service Medal (Malaya)
*Pingat Perkhidmatan Anggota Beruniform Malaysia (Uniformed Services Malaysia Medal)
*Johan Mangku Negara
*Kesatria Mangku Negara
*Ahli Mangku Negara
*Pingat Pangkuan Negara

Present

*Pingat Polis Perkasa (Police Gallantry Medal)
*Pingat Gagah Perkasa (Conspicuous Gallantry Medal)
*Pingat Keberanian Polis (Police Medal of Valour)
*Singapore Police Force Overseas Service Medal
*Singapore Police Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
*Singapore Police Force Good Service Medal

Certificates

*Commissioner of Police Commendation
*Commissioner of Police Testimonial

Badges

ee also

*Singaporean orders and decorations
*Awards and decorations of the Singapore Armed Forces


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