West Mercia Police Authority

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WEST MERCIA POLICE AUTHORITY

Arms of West Mercia Police Authority

Official blazon

Per fesse gules and azure, on a fesse between in chief a lion passant guardant argent and in base a leopard's face Or, three pears sable.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on October 10, 1967.

The arms consists of elements from the three counties covered by the West Mercia Police Authority. Herefordshire (the top lion), Worcestershire (the three black pears) and Shropshire (a loggerhead).


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