West Midlands Constabulary

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WEST MIDLANDS CONSTABULARY

Incorporated into : 1974 West Midlands Police

Arms of West Midlands Constabulary

Official blazon

Arms : Or, a cross formy gules between four lions rampant [queue fourchee] vert; on a chief azure a stag's head caboshed between two bears sejant res­pectant argent, muzzled gules, each supporting a ragged staff argent and collared and chained Or.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, In front of a pear tree, fructed, a representation of the Keep of Dudley Castle on a grassy mount proper charged with a Stafford knot Or.
Motto: Quinque in uno

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on August 1, 1967.

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