- North West: Constables Nathan Jackman and Peter Stevens for tackling a knifeman and saving a victim's life
- North East: Off-duty Constable Sara Widdrington for tackling a supermarket gunman
- West Midlands: Constables Stephen Fletcher and Rory Stuart-Knill after being attacked by a petrol bomb gang
- Eastern: Constable Martin Bentley for chasing a knifeman despite being stabbed
- Wales: Constable Alun Morgan for braving icy water in a quarry to rescue a boy from drowning
- South West: Constable Nicholas French for tackling a man armed with a knife and a lawn edger
- South East: Pc Ian Dibell, was killed when he tackled a gunman near his home in Clacton-on-Sea in July last year. He also won the national award.
- London: Constables Stephen Barker, Thomas Harding, Shumal Haque, Alastair Hinchliff and Andrew Robb confronted a knife-wielding man in a butcher's shop.
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