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Plano, Texas (U.S.)

Collin County

Last modified: 2016-09-02 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Plano, Texas] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 8 May 2008

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Description of the flag

The NAVA image at shows a ~5:7 white flag with a large stylized lower case italic "p", with a white star making the eye of the letter, dark red stem and tail, and very dark blue bowl. This is at the fly side and on the same baseline the word "plano" set in typeface Bauhaus.

António Martins-Tuválkin, 8 May 2008

Plano Police Department

[Flag of Plano Police Department] image by Randy Young, 2 August 2016

The Plano Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency serving the city of Plano, Texas. Plano is a major city in northeastern Texas and is considered a suburb of Dallas.

The flag of the Plano Police Department can be seen in photographs online, particularly here and here. The flag features the Department's shoulder patch centered on a blue field. The patch is shaped like a black shield, the outline of which is divided red on the left and blue on the right. The "P"-shaped city logo is in the center of the shield, with the word "POLICE" in yellow across the upper part of the black shield, and "PLANO" and "TEXAS" in smaller similar lettering in the bottom of the shield. Arched over the shield in gold capital letters are the words "PLANO POLICE," with the word "Department" in sentence-case gold letters beneath the shield.

Randy Young, 2 August 2016