Sheriff’s Office Retires Shoulder Patch to New Retro Design
The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office will begin replacing its shoulder patch with a retro design from a logo used in the mid to late 1950s.
The change comes from a desire for a new design while connecting with the history of our agency. The shoulder patch currently worn by Deputies was implemented in 1972.
After 50 years of being proudly worn on the shoulders of Deputies, a desire for change was due while keeping history in mind.
The new patch incorporates a logo implemented in the mid to late 1950s, representing our longstanding dedication and service to our community while ushering in a new era and generation of Deputies with pride and professionalism.
These new patches are approved for service today, with full implementation occurring over the next few months.