|Colonial Special Constabulary Medal|
|Type||Long service medal|
|Awarded for||9 years unpaid, or 15 years paid service|
|Presented by||United Kingdom|
|Eligibility||Members of the Special Constabulary in British Overseas Territories|
|Clasps||Awarded for a further 10 years service|
|Order of Wear|
|Next (higher)||South African Medal for War Services |
The Colonial Special Constabulary Medal was established on 1 April 1957 as a volunteer and part-time long service medal of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. On 10 April 2012 the medal became known as the Overseas Territories Special Constabulary Medal, and underwent a minor change in design.  This reflected the change in the way Britain's remaining colonies were described, they being classed as 'Overseas Territories' from 2002. 
The medal is presented to members of the Special Constabulary of a British colony or Overseas Territory for long and meritorious service. It is awarded for part-time service of either nine years if unpaid, or fifteen years paid. A clasp is awarded for each further ten years of service. 
The medal is circular, silver and 36 mm (1.4 in) in diameter. It has the following design: 
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