The shoulder patch of the Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, Police Department.

The patch of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife, depicts a white-tailed deer, walleye and the national symbol of the United States, the bald eagle. The three animals represent Ohio’s rich wildlife diversity and the protection of endangered species; the walleye was chosen because Lake Erie is referred to as the “Walleye Capital of the World.”

The Division of Wildlife is one of five law enforcement divisions in the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and has been dedicated to enforcing Ohio’s wildlife and natural resource regulations since 1896. The Division of Wildlife has 135 commissioned peace officers stationed throughout Ohio and on Lake Erie.