Shoulder Patch Program
The Whitehouse Police Department receives numerous requests for police shoulder patches and other memorabilia. Please review the information below concerning our policy of such requests.
The program is designed to provide the Whitehouse Police Department (WPD) shoulder patches to outside law enforcement agencies that collect patches and to active and retired law enforcement officers who wish to possess one as a souvenir.
The Whitehouse Police Department will trade patches between law enforcement agencies at no charge. Agency representatives requesting a patch for their department must send a letter on official letterhead and include his/her agency patch.
Purchasing Shoulder Patches
- In order to purchase a patch, you must be an active or retired law enforcement officer.
- You must provide a copy of your police department-issued identification. For example, a business card if available and a photocopy of your police I.D.
- There is a fee of $3.00 to defray the cost of the patch and mailing. Your remittance should be in the form of a U.S. postal or international money order payable to: “The Village of Whitehouse”. We do not accept foreign monies, personal checks, or checks made payable to a third party.
- You may purchase a maximum of two (2) patches.
Address to Send Requests
Whitehouse Police Department
6925 Providence St.
P.O. Box 2476
Whitehouse, OH 43571