The Mongolian Police patch features the agency’s symbol — the white falcon, an expression of strength and intelligence. Genghis Khan considered the falcon to be a symbol of speed, courage, dexterity, and energy. A blue base indicates the falcon is flying high in the sky, representing loyalty to oath without influence. The red edge means that police activities are always rising like a burning fire and that the Mongolian Police will work equally with anyone. On the white ribbon, writing in traditional Mongolian script and Latin letters symbolizes the combination of tradition and innovation, the support of the public, and holy and honest work. Five arrows above the falcon indicate that the five senses of the police officer are sharp and that decisions are wise and harmonious.