A scanned image of the Madison, Florida, Police Department's shoulder patch.

The patch of the Madison, Florida, Police Department depicts the Four Freedoms Monument, a 15-foot-tall structure in the city’s center. Two male and two female angels represent the freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. President Franklin D. Roosevelt commissioned the creation of the monument in honor of Madison native and war hero Captain Colin P. Kelly, Jr., the first U.S. pilot killed in action in World War II, on December 10, 1941.