Canadian Exemplary Service Medal

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The Police Exemplary Service Medal

Created on August 12, 1983, recognizes police officers who have served in an exemplary manner, characterized by good conduct, industry and efficiency. Recipients must have completed 20 years of full-time service with one or more recognized Canadian police forces. Full-time police cadets in training also qualify for the award. Consideration is given only to periods of service for which no other national long service, good conduct or efficiency decoration has been awarded.

The Corrections Exemplary Service Medal

Created on June 11, 1984, recognizes employees of the Canadian Correctional Service who have served in an exemplary manner, characterized by good conduct, industry and efficiency. Recipients must have been working on or after the date of creation of the Medal, and must have completed 20 years of full-time service, not necessarily continuous, with one or more of the correctional services in Canada.

Service of 20 years must include 10 years as a peace officer in an institution, parole officer or probation officer, or in a capacity which has brought the recipient into contact with offenders in the regular performance of duties.

The Emergency Medical Services Exemplary Service Medal

Created on July 7, 1994, recognizes professionals in the provision of pre-hospital emergency medical services to the public, who have performed their duties in an exemplary manner, characterized by good conduct, industry and efficiency.

Recipients must have been employed with emergency medical services on or after October 31, 1991, and have completed 20 years of exemplary service, including at least 10 years in the performance of duties involving potential risk. Those with at least 10 years of service with emergency medical services may include, in the 20 years of service, service completed in another profession, provided this service has not been recognized by another long service, good conduct or efficiency decoration or medal awarded by the Crown. The Medal may be awarded posthumously.

The Fire Services Exemplary Service Medal

Created on August 29, 1985, honours members of a recognized Canadian fire service who have completed 20 years of service, ten years of which have been served in the performance of duties involving potential risks, and were employed on or after the date of creation of the Medal. Recognized fire services include Canadian fire departments, fire marshals’ offices, fire commissioners’ offices and the Canadian Forces fire services. Exemplary service is characterized by good conduct, industry and efficiency.

The Peace Officer Exemplary Service Medal

Created on June 22, 2004, recognizes peace officers who have served in an exemplary manner, characterized by good conduct, industry and efficiency.

Recipients must have completed 20 years of exemplary service with one or more provincial or federal organizations that employs peace officers.

The Canadian Coast Guard Exemplary Service Medal

Created on March 14, 1991, recognizes employees who have completed 20 years of service with an approved occupational group of the Canadian Coast Guard or with an organization supporting the Coast Guard, 10 years of which have been served in the performance of duties involving potential risk. Recipients must have worked on or after October 25, 1990. Exemplary service is characterized by good conduct, industry and efficiency.

 Full size reproduction medal comes loose and with 8 inches of quality ribbon (32mm wide).

Miniature Size medal comes with 5 inches of ribbon (16mm wide)

Long Service Bars and Medal Mounting Services are available at additional cost.