Police Federation for Northern Ireland
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POLICE FEDERATION FOR NORTHERN IRELAND
Arms : Vert an Harp Or ensigned by a Royal Crown with its cap proper a Bordure Or charged with four shamrocks slipped Vert. And as many saltires couped Gules.
Crest: Upon a helm with a wreath Argent & Gules within a circlet of Shamrocks slipped and conjoined Vert a Dexter Hand couped at the wrist Gules holding between the thumb and first finger a Scroll flowing to the sinister and reversed over the hand Or thereon the motto Quis Seperabit in letters sable.
Mantled: Gules doubled Argent
Supporters: On the dexter side an Irish Elk argent winged armed and unguled Or and on the sinister side a Winged Lion Or both gorged with a collar of the Colours of the Police Federation for Northern Ireland (videlicet Holly green Crimson and Black) proper standing on a compartment composed of pentagonal Rocks of varying heights interspersed with Tufts of Grass proper
The arms were officially granted in 1986.
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