The Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal is a decoration for police officers of the United Kingdom. First instituted in 1951, the medal was initially issued in cupro-nickel but modern strikings are rhodium plated. The medal is presented to twenty aggregate years of service in the police services of the United Kingdom.
The obverse of this medal bears the effigy of the reigning monarch while the reverse has the figure of Justice with scales in her left hand and a wreath in her right surrounded by the inscription "FOR EXEMPLARY POLICE SERVICE". The suspender is straight and found in both swivelling and non-swivelling formats. No bars are authorised for this medal. Naming on the rim is in impressed capital letters.