The shoulder patch of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife.

The Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, Police Department’s patch features the state coat of arms, which consists of a shield, two harnessed black horses as supporters, a bald eagle, and the state motto, “Virtue, Liberty and Independence.” The bottom part of the patch depicts the keystone symbol, which represents Pennsylvania’s nickname, the Keystone State.

Penn Hills is a bedroom community located in Allegheny County that borders the city of Pittsburgh. It is the county’s largest populated suburb, covering an area of almost 20 square miles and serving nearly 45,000 residents.