An awards ceremony commemorating the bravery of 35 members of the public is being held in Edinburgh.
Lothian and Borders Police are holding the event, which recognises people who have saved someone from danger or helped the police with an arrest.
The police say it is their chance to thank the people who have gone above and beyond all expectations for others.
Two-year-old Rowan Rychel from Innerleithen is among the winners after dialling 999 when her mother lost consciousness and fell to the floor.
Several people who were involved with the rescue of Katie-Lou MacLean, who fell into Eyemouth harbour in June 2012, are also being recognised.
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The historic event always takes place on the last Friday in July.