Queens Birthday Honours
ORDERS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
King George V created these honours during World War I to reward services to the war effort by civilians at home and servicemen in support positions.
The ranks are Commander (CBE), Officer (OBE) and Member (MBE).
They are now awarded for prominent national or regional roles and to those making distinguished or notable contributions in their own specific areas of activity. The honour of an MBE, in particular, can be given for achievement or service in the community.
MEMBERS OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
Linda-Claire SMITH, Lately Head of Public Protection Team, Crime, Policing and Fire Group, Home Office. For services to Public Protection and Safeguarding of Children and Vulnerable Adults Spondon Derbyshire
BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL
Jessica GRAYSON, Watch Manager Control, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue. For services to Mental Health Dronfield Derbyshire
Bernadette MCKIERNAN, Crew Manager, Snaith Fire Station, Humberside Fire and Rescue Services. For services to the community in Humberside Snaith East Riding of Yorkshire
QUEEN’S FIRE SERVICE MEDAL FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Stephen APTER, Deputy Chief Fire Officer, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service.
Antony Darren CLARK, Watch Manager, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service.Rose
Elizabeth FEARNLEY, Watch Manager, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Fleur HOLLAND, Firefighter, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue.
Alexandra JOHNSON, Chief Fire Officer, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue.
Darryl Anthony KEEN, Chief Fire Officer, Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service