Nottinghamshire Combined Police Authority

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NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COMBINED POLICE AUTHORITY

Arms of Nottinghamshire Combined Police Authority

Official blazon

Arms : Quarterly vert and gules, issuant from the base a cross raguly couped quarterly counterchanged, fimbriated and in the first quarter an oak tree eradicated and in the second and third a ducal coronet Or.
Crest: Out of a crown palisade azure, a garb Or between two towers with conical caps, the dexter surmounted of an increscent argent, the sinister of an estoile Or. Mantled azure, doubled argent.
Supporters: On either side an Alsatian dog proper, each gorged with a torse argent and azure with line reftexed over the back azure.
Motto: Salus populi nostra merces

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on December 2, 1968.

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