BANDANNA and DOUBLE BARREL Shotgun
The BANDANNA and DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN represents lawmen of the 1800's and the American Wild West Era. The double barrel shotgun represents a historic tool of our trade. These items were widely worn and used by lawmen from the Western and Southern States of the USA.
The DOUBLE BARREL is pointed forward representing our willingness to step into the heat of battle. It represents our willingness to lose our innocence and our willingness to sacrifice our lives in the service and protection of others.
SEVEN POINTED SLIVER STAR
Our SEVEN POINTED SILVER STAR represents our modern police badges that some municipal police officers wear throughout the country and world. It is proudly displayed on our center patch to remind us of our commitment to never dishonor our profession while on or off duty.
The STRIPPED VEST represents undercover agents, detectives, and plain clothes officers that have worked throughout the history of policing in america and around the world.
THE CENTER PATCH
Our patch is representative of the three American classic police eras, our mortality, our reverence for our creator, and our willingness to lay down our life in the service of others.
The SKULL represents life and death. It reminds us that life is like a vapor; we are here today and gone tomorrow. It reminds us to reverence our Creator and to live our lives righteously and wisely. It compels us to love our families and cherish our brotherhood. It is proudly displayed on our patch in remembrance and resemblance of our old club/patch.
The FEDORA HAT
The FEDORA HAT honors big city detectives from the 1930-40's. It was widely worn by them during this period in the Eastern and Northern States of the USA. In our depiction it also symbolizes the king's crown and authority, much like the modern police hat and badge.