York Area Regional Police honored four officers during an awards ceremony Friday for their police work.
Officers Adam Cohick, James Hess Jr. and Laura Wilson were awarded chief's commendations for their efforts to arrest a man who broke into a Windsor Township business on May 6, according to the department.
The man attempted to flee when he saw Hess but was arrested by Wilson and Cohick.
The man was also responsible for other burglaries in the area, police said.
Officer Joshua Crimmel was awarded the department's medal of distinction for his arrest of a 24-year-old man who was seen with a rifle, which turned out to be a replica of an AR-15, in Red Lion on Sept. 18.
The man fled when approached by Crimmel but the officer gave chase and was able to arrest the man after using his Taser. Crimmel used appropriate action in using a non-lethal weapon when arresting the man, police said.
Cohick also received the award for life saving for using an automated external defibrillator to save the life of an unresponsive middle-aged woman who suffered a cardiac event in Windsor Township on May 6, police said.
The shocks from the AED were able to restart the woman's heart, police said.