The family of the late Senior Constable Peter Ensor have accepted several posthumous awards honouring the legacy of the former Dubbo police officer.
Mr Ensor was renowned for the compassion and professionalism he displayed during his distinguished career with the NSW Police Force.
His son Luke was presented with five certificates, clasps and medals on his father's behalf at an awards ceremony in Dubbo on Thursday.
The awards included the National Police Service Medal, National Medal, NSW Ethical and Diligent Service Medal 15-year clasp and NSW Police Force Certificate of Service.
Luke was also presented with a rank and medals display board which was a tribute from work colleagues.
"The awards are for diligent and ethical service, and were presented in honour of a valued member of the crime scene services branch at Dubbo crime scene," Crime Scenes Services Branch Commander Superintendent Rashelle Conroy said.
"It was a nice opportunity for Senior Constable Ensor's family and work colleagues at Dubbo crime team to formally recognise his achievements."
Mr Ensor was laid to rest at Dubbo after his death on April 4.
He is survived by his wife Michelle and son Luke.