Several members of the Metropolitan Police Service have been honoured for their contribution to policing.
PC James Engelbach, 58, has received the Queen's Policing Medal for Distinguished Service for his 39 year career.
He says his most memorable moment was rescuing a man from a burning building in Paddington in the early 1990's.
Robert (Bob) Crawley, 58, has been awarded an OBE for his work in occupational health services, especially in helping staff manage stress.
Chief Inspector Vincent Hoar, who has 31 years service, has been appointed an MVO.
His role includes providing escorts for senior members of the Royal Family, including at the wedding of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen's Jubilee.
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