February 1, 2011
The patch of the Oxford, Pennsylvania, Police Department depicts historical landmarks located throughout Oxford. The red building represents the train station that housed the police department from the 1950s until 2009. The tree recalls the 300-year old “William Penn Oak,” located in the center of town. The foreground includes the town clock from Oxford’s business district; its hands remain fixed at 9:11 as a tribute to all those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.