Awards were presented to the following:
Kim Brooke and Rebecca Clarke were in Newsome last November when they saw two men trying to break into a house.
The two Huddersfield women followed the men, filming as they went. They identified them to a police officer, who arrested them.
Pcs Sarah Baker, Lyndsay McDougall and Paul Heaton confronted a violent man who used his rottweiler dog in an attempt to escape.
The man kicked two officers in the face, but, despite being in danger, they managed to arrest the offender.
The incident happened last July on the Walpole estate at Crosland Moor.
Sgt John McFadzean and Tony Slack, a Police Community Support Officer, built excellent links with the communities of Lowerhouses, Almondbury and Rawthorpe.
This work culminated in the arrest of two Newsome area men last December for a spate of burglaries.
Both men became violent when arrested.
Sgt Paul Denton apprehended a 38-year-old Meltham woman for breaching an Anti-Social Behaviour Order.
The woman had been dealt with 37 previous times last year.
Sgt Denton conducted meticulous inquiries with witnesses to make sure she was dealt with appropriately.
Pc Kate Jagger and Michelle Hyde, a Special Constable, attended a violent disturbance in Quarmby one evening last September.
A man at the scene had become very aggressive.
The officers took control of the situation by calming both him and another man accused of assaulting him.
Pc Dean Brown, a traffic officer, arrested two men believed responsible for house burglaries and stealing vehicles in Huddersfield.
Pc Steve Frost and Pc Richard Green were off duty one night last November when they saw a man walk into a Huddersfield town centre road and cause a taxi to stop.
The man began to verbally abuse and attack the taxi driver without provocation.
Both officers intervened and were immediately set upon by a group of men.
They eventually got away and took the taxi driver to hospital for treatment.
Sgt Julie Astbury and Pcs Julie Diamond and Pip Wheeler produced evidence at Huddersfield Magistrates' Court for an Anti-Social Behaviour Order to be granted for 10 years against a serious sex offender.
Bryan Clarkson, Richard Hobson, Tony Slack and Valnavia Masih, all Police Community Support Officers did consistently good work in Lowerhouses and Rawthorpe, where they have built up excellent relationships with community forums, tenants' and residents' associations and local people.
They have also dealt with anti-social behaviour involving young people and built up links with youngsters in the areas.
Pc Jon Hobman has shown excellent communications skills, putting people at ease while looking after the cell area at Huddersfield police station.
Pc Zubair Suleman received a St John Ambulance Letter of Appreciation for his swift action last June after an arrested man collapsed on arrival at Huddersfield police station.
The man stopped breathing and had to be resuscitated by Pc Suleman and the custody nurse. He was taken to hospital, where he made a full recovery.
Andrew Gale and Sharon Whitehead, both Special Constables, received St John Ambulance Letters of Commendation.
While patrolling Huddersfield town centre late one Friday last April they came across two injured men.
SPc Whitehead gave first aid to one man who had a nose injury while SPc Gale looked after the other.
He noticed this man had suffered stab wounds to his neck.
He applied pressure bandages to stem the bleeding while SPc Whitehead reassured the other man.
The stabbed man was taken to hospital and made a full recovery.
Lisa Hepworth, who works in communications, received a St John Ambulance Letter of Commendation.
She was on her way to work when she came across a young man with serious head injuries.
He was a pedestrian who had been in an accident with a bus on Listing Lane in Gomersal.
She gave him first aid and remained with him throughout.
She talked to him and reassured him.
The man had suffered a fractured skull, along with other injuries.
He was taken to hospital and is making good progress.