A Broughty Ferry man has been given a knighthood in the Queen’s New Year Honours list.
Tom Winsor has been honoured for his service as Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary in England.
Mr Winsor was educated at Forthill Primary and Grove Academy and, after studying law at Edinburgh and a postgraduate at Dundee, practised law in Edinburgh and London and served as Rail Regulator.
Mr Winsor was one of a number of Tayside and Fife folk to receive honours.
Professor Dilip Nathwani, the honorary professor of infection at Ninewells Hospital, has been honoured with an OBE.
He has worked as a consultant physician in infectious diseases at Ninewells since 1993 and leads a national programme looking to improve the use of antibiotics.
Monifieth man David Martin, who worked to turn around the fortunes of two RNLI lifeboat stations, has been recognised with an MBE for his contribution to maritime safety.
Mr Martin has been a volunteer for 26 years. After serving on the crew, he took on the role of operations manager at Broughty Ferry and Peterhead.
Nurse Margaret Mitchell, senior liaison team leader at Westgate Health Centre in Dundee, has been made an MBE.
Mrs Mitchell, who lives in Forfar, has made a difference to the lives of many stroke survivors, and has been recognised for her services to healthcare in Tayside.
Solicitor Stewart Brymer has been awarded an OBE for voluntary service to culture and heritage in Dundee. He qualified in 1981 and in 1983 became a partner in Thorntons & Dickies WS, Dundee, where he remained until 2009. He is an honorary professor in law at Dundee University.
Special Constable Marshall Moyes has been awarded the Queen’s Police Medal.
Mr Moyes joined the City of Dundee Police Special Constabulary in 1974, moving to the Tayside Police Special Constabulary the following year.
Professor Christopher Whatley, formerly Dundee University vice-principal, has been awarded an OBE for services to Scottish history education.
Professor Whatley has been professor of Scottish history at Dundee since 1997, and was instrumental in organising the Five Million Questions series of events.
St Andrews man George Donaldson has been made an MBE for his voluntary service. A former president of St Andrews Kilrymont Rotary Club, Mr Donaldson is a Justice of the Peace and elder of Holy Trinity Church.