Details about the protocol for awarding IAP awards.
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The IAP Medal of Honour is the highest decoration awarded by the Association.
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The Special Achievement Award is given to a prosecutor, whether a member of the IAP or not, who has demonstrated special dedication in the pursuit of his/her professional responsibilities, or who has discharged his/her professional responsibilities in the face of special hardship or adversity or under other circumstances which deserve special recognition.
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