Leicestershire Police

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Arms (crest) of Leicestershire Police

Institutional Heraldry of the World :

  • United Kingdom
    ** England

Per fess azure and vert, on a fess argent between in chief two pierced cinquefoils ermine and in base a horseshoe Or, a fox courant proper. |}


The arms were officially granted on September 20, 1968 to the Leicester and Rutland Police Authority.

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