11 May 2001
An Impressive Post-War O.B.E., K.P.M. Group of Nine to Assistant Commissioner L. Griffiths, Kenya Police, Who Was Mentioned in Despatches for the Mau Mau Troubles, The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Officer's (O.B.E.), 2nd type, Civil Division, breast Badge, silver-gilt; King's Police Medal, G.VI.R. (Asst. Supt., C.P.M., Kenya Police); 1939-45 Star; Africa Star; War Medal 1939-45; Africa General Service, one clasp, Kenya, with M.I.D. Oakleaf (A.C.P., O.B.E.); Colonial Police Forces Medal for Meritorious Service, G.VI.R. (Asst. Supt., Kenya Police); Coronation 1953; St. John Service Medal unnamed, this last with re-riveted suspension, otherwise very fine and better, mounted as worn, together with related Dress Miniatures, excluding the St. John Service Medal (17)
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O.B.E. London Gazette 31.5.1956.
K.P.M. London Gazette 5.6.1952.
Mention in Despatches London Gazette 26.3.1957 'For distinguished services in Kenya during the period 22 April 1954 to 21 October 1955'.
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