Manchester and Salford Police Authority

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MANCHESTER AND SALFORD POLICE AUTHORITY (1968 to 1974, now Greater Manchester Police.)

Arms of Manchester and Salford Police Authority

Official blazon

Arms : Per pale wavy gules and azure, a chief also per pale wavy argent and Or, six bees volant, two, two and two, proper.
Crest: On a wreath '()r, gules and azure, issuant from a circlet gules charged with three bendlets Or, a demi-lion rampant argent charged on the shoulder with two roses fessewise gules barbed and seeded proper.
Supporters: On either side an heraldic antelope argent, armed and unguled, maned and tufted Or, about the neck a torse, the dexter Or and gules, the sinister Or and azure, conjoined by a chain reflexed over the backs and behind the shield Or, and each charged on the shoulder with a capstan proper.
Motto: Labore et integritate


The arms were officially granted on May 9, 1969.

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