Jersey's police force has been celebrating its achievement at the island's first Police Awards.
The night was about showcasing those who go the extra mile in the community.
Much goes into running any police force, but for one night only Jersey police turned the spotlight on itself.
There were eleven awards recognising individuals and teams within the force.
Among the winners, a special recognition award for the witness care unit staffed by volunteers who work with witnesses of crime.
June O'Keeffe from the Witness Care Unit said: "We help them through all the process of going to court. We help them all the way down the line. So noone's scared, and it's a brilliant achievement."
Just one of many achievements showcased at the awards by a chief who has a clear ambition.
Mike Bowron, Chief of Police, said: "We coined the phrase inspiring confidence and we want to be the best little island force in the world and I think we're well on our way to achieving it."
It was a brief stop to take stock of those achievements - one night of celebration in Jersey Police's 60th anniversary year.