Sillitoe Tartan Banding

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Chicago Police Department - Structure - Insignia
... police agencies in the United States to use the checkered bands on its headgear, known as the Sillitoe Tartan after its originator, Percy Sillitoe, Chief Constable of Glasgow, Scotland in the 1930s ... Where British, Australian and New Zealand Sillitoe tartans feature three rows of smaller squares, Chicago's has two rows of larger squares ... unit, bicycle helmets, knit caps, dog collars, and horse browbands all bear the Sillitoe tartan the edge of the ball caps' bills show a narrow, flattened Silitoe tartan ...
Battenburg Markings - History - Sillitoe Tartan
... tests, the pattern was also reminiscent of the Sillitoe Tartan pattern of black-and-white or blue-and-white chequered markings, first introduced by City of Glasgow Police in the 1930s, and subsequently ... the launch of the markings of the vehicles, the police introduced retro-reflective Sillitoe tartan markings to their uniforms, usually in blue and white ...
Wiltshire Police - Presentation - Headgear
... Constabulary' or 'Wiltshire Police' for foot patrol, and a black peaked cap with Sillitoe tartan banding for when on mobile patrol in vehicles ... Female officers wear a black bowler hat with Sillitoe tartan banding for foot patrol and mobile patrol ... Traffic officers wear a white peaked cap with Sillitoe tartan banding, or a white bowler with Sillitoe tartan banding hat for mobile patrol ...

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