TWO children from Huddersfield were runners-up in a contest to mark West Yorkshire Police's 30th anniversary.
Pupils from across West Yorkshire were asked how they thought policing would be in the year 2034.
The children were asked to produce drawings of their ideas.
The runner-up for years three and four was Joshua Woodhouse, of Lindley Junior School.
The runner-up for years five and six was Danielle Crilly, of Kirkburton Middle School.
More than 350 youngsters entered and ideas ranged from armoured police horses and flying police cars to entries on a theme of peace and community work.
West Yorkshire Chief Constable Colin Cramphorn said: "It was a fascinating insight into how young minds perceive the police."
Mr Cramphorn was one of three judges who assessed the work.
The other two were Beaumont Park artist Deborah Theabould and Glenys McDonald, of The White Rooms gallery at Meltham.