Medal of Valor (color / sky blue)
Presented to an officer who distinguished himself
conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the
risk of his own life
Chief’s Citation (color / royal blue)
Presented to an officer for heroic acts above and
beyond the normal course of his/her duties.
Purple Heart (color / purple)
Presented to an officer who while acting in official
capacity is seriously injured or wounded.
Life Saving Medal (color / red)
Presented to an officer for saving a human life.
Officer of the Year (color / white with gold stripes)
Presented to an officer who was selected by his/her
peers as the officer who exemplifies what it means
to be a patrolman within the Logan Police Department.
Commendation Medal (color / gray)
Presented in recognition of outstanding achievement
that is incontestably exceptional and of a magnitude
that clearly places an individual above his peers.
Educational Recognition (color / yellow)
The ribbon is awarded to any officer who obtains
an associates degree in a law enforcement related
field. A star device is added for each higher level
of education achieved.
Field Training Officer (color / green, maroon)
Presented to an officer who has been given the authority
to train new officers. New officers undergo a year
probationary period and three month F.T.O. period.
Physical Fitness Award (color / red, white, blue)
Presented to an officer who has passed the Logan
Police Department’s physical fitness test consisting
of push-ups, sit-ups, and one mile run.
Safe Driving Citation (color / green)
Presented to an officer who does not have an at
fault accident while on duty for three years and
every five years there after.
Bronze Star Device
Presented to an officer to place on a ribbon he
or she has already been awarded. This device means
the officer has received the award again.