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South Australia Police chaplain alb and stole 1984

SA 2000
South Australia Police Historical Society Inc

The white garmet is known as an 'alb'. It was worn by the South Australia Police principal Chaplain during the period 1984 2000. He wore it at all major police ceremonial occasions, including National Police Remembrance Day, Police Anzac Day Parade, South Australian Police Foundation Day, openings of police stations, weddings, baptisms, naming ceremonies and other significant events. The blue stole includes the previous and current SA Police emblem. The other symbol is known as the 'Chi Ro' and it is said that Caesar saw the symbol in a dream and heard the words 'Under this sign, go forth and conquer the world'.

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