Special Constabulary Long Service Medal boxed and named

The Special Constabulary Long Service Medal is a circular bronze medal. The obverse bears the effigy of the reigning sovereign, surrounded by a suitable inscription. The reverse bears the inscription in six lines FOR / FAITHFUL / SERVICE / IN THE / SPECIAL / CONSTABULARY, with a wreath below and to the right of the inscription, named to Thomas Carpenter , Durham, box slightly crushed


The medal may be awarded to Special Constables who are recommended by the Chief Officer of Police of the department in which they serve so long as they have served for at least nine years, and willingly and competently discharged their duty as a Special Constable. Years of service during World War I from 1914 to 1918 and service during World War II from 3 September 1939 to 31 December 1945 are counted as triple.

Special Constables who complete an additional period of ten years service are eligible for a clasp to the medal, upon the recommendation of the Chief Officer of Police

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