Patch Call features shoulder patches submitted from law enforcement agencies around the world.

Results: 183 Items

  • September 27, 2017

    St. Marys, Georgia, Police Department

    The St. Marys, Georgia, Police Department serves the second-oldest city (founded in 1562) in the nation and the oldest in the state.

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  • September 27, 2017

    Scottsdale, Arizona, Police Department

    Scottsdale, Arizona, “The West’s most western town,” was founded in 1888 and incorporated as a city in 1951.

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  • August 14, 2017

    Boone County, Kentucky, Sheriff’s Office

    The patch of the Boone County, Kentucky, Sheriff’s Office depicts two men, one in buckskin and the other in more formal dress, facing each other and clasping hands.

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  • August 14, 2017

    Grandview, Washington, Police Department

    The Grandview, Washington, Police Department’s patch features the state seal in its center.

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  • July 13, 2017

    Herington, Kansas, Police Department

    The patch of the Herington, Kansas, Police Department features the city’s slogan, “Where the rails meet the trails,” which references the Santa Fe and Chisolm Trails.

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  • July 13, 2017

    Fernandina Beach, Florida, Police Department

    The patch of the Fernandina Beach, Florida, Police Department features the Amelia Island Lighthouse surrounded byeight distinctive banners.

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  • June 13, 2017

    North Olmsted, Ohio, Police Department

    The patch of the North Olmsted, Ohio, Police Department was designed by the 16-year-old son of one of the officers.

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  • June 13, 2017

    Danville, Virginia, Police Department

    The Danville, Virginia, Police Department patch is divided into four quadrants representing the cornerstones of the city'seconomy.

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  • May 10, 2017

    Piscataquis County, Maine, Sheriff’s Office

    The Piscataquis County, Maine, Sheriff’s Office serves the only designated wilderness area east of the Mississippi. Its patch recognizes two notable landmarks. Moosehead Lake is known for camping, fishing, and snowmobiling. Mount Katahdin challenges hikers from all over the world and marks the northern end of the Appalachian Trail.

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  • May 10, 2017

    Yates County, New York, Sheriff’s Office

    The arrowhead-shaped patch of the Yates County, New York, Sheriff’s Office features the county seal in the center of a seven-point star. It depicts grapes, apples, and flowering buckwheat. The blue background represents three large lakes—Keuka, Canandaigua, and Seneca—and features symbols illustrating higher education, water recreation, farming, and rural commerce. The area is located in the heart of the Finger Lakes region.

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  • April 11, 2017

    Wakefield, Massachusetts, Police Department

    The Wakefield, Massachusetts, Police Department patch features the town’s seal which signifies Wakefield’s history, industrial development, and scenic beauty.

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  • April 11, 2017

    Edenton, North Carolina, Police Department

    The patch of the Edenton, North Carolina, Police Department depicts the town’s history. Founded in 1722, Edenton is the second-oldest incorporated town in the state.

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  • March 9, 2017

    Bangor, Michigan, Police Department

    Bangor, Michigan, Police Department’s patch portrays the state of Michigan surrounded by an apple—the city is a top apple producer. A train represents the toy train factory that provided Bangor with employment for years.

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  • March 9, 2017

    Cottonwood, Alabama, Department of Public Safety

    On the patch of the Cottonwood, Alabama, Department of Public Safety is a circle acknowledging police, fire, and EMS services that protect the town, established in 1903. The town’s namesake, the cottonwood tree, is featured.

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  • February 13, 2017

    Middletown, Connecticut, Police Department

    The patch of the Middletown, Connecticut, Police Department was implemented in fall 1975 as a tribute to the upcoming bicentennial. At the top, it features a bald eagle and the United States and Connecticut flags. Thirteen stars representing the original colonies—which include Connecticut—surround the city’s seal.

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