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For many years I've had my collection displayed virtually for all to enjoy. I have temporarily removed my collection from the internet, until a secure solution can be affordably implemented.

Sadly, there are select individuals who are currently and illegally reproducing and counterfeiting patches all in the name of greed and profit. Additionally, I had  the "Pokemon" patch collectors who were using my website as a reference guide for patches and began to pester Idaho chiefs and sheriffs for patches using pictures from my website.  No more!

For those Idaho agencies and officers who would like any help with their agency's history, please feel free to reach out anytime - I will gladly help! 


Bring these patches back to Idaho!  I am actively seeking around 300 different Idaho patches to complete my Idaho display.  This is first and foremost my priority.  I am willing to generously trade or purchase any Idaho patches needed.  

To the right are some patches I'm seeking which others have posted online some without my consent and permission. As they have been spread across the net, I've posted them here as well. If you have any of these contact me ASAP.  

Note: I do have a picture of my collection that I would be happy to distribute to Idaho officers upon request.  

About my Idaho display:

Although I have been collecting patches since August 1995, in 2001 I began to concentrate on the state of Idaho.  My ultimate goal is to collect every Idaho law enforcement patch and place it all together with the history behind the patches and some tidbits behind each department to honor the legacies of Idaho's peace officers.  Since 2001,  I have traveled to each county in the state and have contacted many different law enforcement agencies to try and obtain many of these patches.  It has been a difficult challenge since many of these patches are no longer in existence and even more of a challenge as many of these agencies no longer exist.  Trying to find officers who know of these patches has been difficult.  However, I have faith in the officers (both current and former) as well as collectors that there may be people who can and are willing to assist. 

Why Idaho?

I've had several people comment "Why Idaho?  What's so special about it to you?" So I figured I better give an explanation:  I was born in Idaho and raised in Idaho.   I graduated from high school with honors in Idaho and earned my college degree entirely in Idaho. My first law enforcement job was in Idaho and my first peace officer's certification is from the great state of Idaho.  This is where I have been born, raised, grew up, hiked, camped, worked, and lived.  Idaho is where I will keep my career at, where I will retire at, and hopefully many many years down the road, where I'll die.   Apart from my personal connection, I want to honor the legacies of Idaho's officers from those who have retired, quit, long forgotten and those who are currently working in law enforcement.  Many of these officers have had a difficult job compared to us younger officers of today.  The days before TASER and radio contact but where saps and keeping your word were used.  The days of being on call constantly, answering phones from your home, working for $200 a month as Sheriff, etc.  These patches were worn on their uniforms and many come from some of the most unique and community-oriented officers that I know.