Members of the public are being encouraged to nominate officers they think may be eligible for the award.
London's 21,030 constables - 3,499 women and 17,531 men - deal with a variety of crimes, answering emergency calls and patrolling the streets. Many also help local communities with crime prevention initiatives, work with youngsters in schools and colleges, and introduce schemes to make areas safer for the people who live or work there.
Anyone wishing to nominate a constable for the award should write, giving the officer's name, and explaining in not more than 100 words, why he or she deserves to be London's Community Constable of the Year 1994.
Entries are also invited from colleagues within the Metropolitan Police Service. The winner of the award will be announced later in the year.