The Dominican honours system is a means of rewarding individuals' personal bravery, achievement or service to the Dominican Republic. The system consists of two types of awards: decorations and medals.
These were introduced within the Rafael Trujillo regime. Some of them were named after him; those were rescinded after his death on 30 May 1961.
These are the orders and medals actually awarded by the government of the Dominican Republic:
The following orders and medals were awarded by the government of the Dominican Republic until the death of Rafael Trujillo: