FOUR Huddersfield police officers have been honoured for their long service and good conduct.
The four - Pc Richard Coldwell, Pc Howard Fanning, Det Con John Lee and Pc James Sykes - all received medals from West Yorkshire Chief Constable Colin Cramphorn for completing at least 22 years exemplary service.
Pc Coldwell received the Queen's Police Medal at Buckingham Palace two years ago for his exceptional work with young people.
His current role is to divert youngsters in Fartown and Newsome away from crime. He was also a community constable in the Deighton and Fartown areas for many years.
Pc Fanning, youth services officer, works at several schools in the Huddersfield area and has an office at Royds Hall High.
Det Con Lee is a former football liaison officer and was a family liaison officer in the aftermath of the Birkby house fire which claimed eight lives in May 2002.
Pc Sykes has been a community constable in Birkby and Fartown, a patrol officer at Oakes and worked in every part of Huddersfield.
He is now the national crime recording standards compliance officer at Huddersfield police station and his role is to ensure crime is being recorded properly by police officers.