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Hi, I'm looking for good photo's (obverse and reverse) of the following KwaZulu Police medals.


KZP Star for Distinguished Leadership (SED)
Awarded only to the Commissioner of the KZP, for distinguished leadership, meritorious service which contributed to KwaZulu security, and outstanding service.

Insignia: A 4-pointed star on an octagon, displaying a Zulu shield on an X-shaped centre panel (obverse). It is worn around the neck.


King's Cross for Bravery
For conspicuous and exceptional gallantry in protecting or saving property or life. The cross was open to civilians as well as to KZP members.

Insignia: A pointed cross with faceted arms, displaying two lions holding spears on a diamond-shaped centre panel (obverse).


KZP Star for Distinguished Service (SOO)
Awarded to the commissioner and deputy commissioner only, for meritorious service which promoted KZP efficiency and contributed actively to KwaZulu security.

Insignia: A circular medal displaying crossed spearheads and axe-heads in the centre of a 4-pointed star on a black background within a checked circle (obverse).


KZP Star for Outstanding Service
For (i) particular gallantry in the line of duty or in protecting or saving life or property, or (ii) outstanding service.

Insignia: A 16-pointed silver star displaying a silver-edged red X-shaped symbol on a green roundel (obverse).

KZP Good Service Medal
For 10 years service.

Insignia: A circular medal displaying the KwaZulu coat of arms (obverse) and the KZP badge with 'Good Service' (reverse).

Thank you for your help.

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