The Queen has honoured men and women who live and work and serve the public in Brighton and Hove in the New Year’s Honours List.
Among those to be honoured is British Red Cross event first aid and emergency response manager Richard Tyler who is awarded a British Empire Medal.
Deputy Chief Constable Olivia Pinkney, the second most senior officer in Sussex Police, is awarded the Queen’s Police Medal for distinguished service.
And her ex-colleague Paul Morrison – a former chief superintendent who retired in March – has also been awarded the Queen’s Police Medal. He is now the police commissioner of Anguilla.
Two academics from Sussex University have been honoured – psycho-oncologist Lesley Fallowfield, who teaches at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School and art historian Maurice Howard.
Professor Fallowfield becomes a dame for services to psycho-oncology and Professor Howard becomes an OBE for services to higher education and architectural heritage.
Timothy Lloyd Jones, who lives in Brighton, has been made a CBE for services to the pensions industry and pension provision. The Cambridge University graduate was the chief executive of the National Employment Savings Trust.
John Fothergill, also from Brighton, becomes an MBE for services to immigration and border management. He worked for the Border Force.
Jane Short has been made an MBE for services to the art and craft of enamelling. She has a workshop in Brighton and a collection of her work is held at Hove Museum and Art Gallery.