Pennsylvania Motor Police
The uniform of the Motor Police consisted of: blouse, English cut breeches with 1-inch black mohair braid running down each outer seam, shoes and puttees, .38 caliber Colt side arm, and ornaments.
The color was that of the old Highway Patrol uniform.
The campaign hat of the former State Police was worn, except for motorcycle duty.
Swivel type holster adopted in 1937 and used till 1980.
Motor Police bronze-color collar insigna worn on uniform blouse to designate their home troop (top number/letter) and identification number (bottom).
The uniform patch above was worn on the left shoulder of the uniform; issued from 1938 to 1943.