We are a custom patch creator for police, sheriff, fire departments, emergency services and thousands of local, state and federal agencies.
With more than 70 years of combined experience, The Emblem Authority has refined our design and manufacturing technologies over decades. Working closely with customers, we continue to create custom embroidered patches that accurately reflect the individual character of each agency.
Speaking volumes without saying a word.
That’s authority. But that ability to quietly enter a room and command it, where does it come from? Experience, confidence, and enough training and time spent in the field to know there isn’t a situation you can’t handle.
While patches are our main business, we are capable of providing you with so much more! We can take your patch and shrink it to an embroidered key fob, put it on a baseball cap or beanie, turn it into a lapel pin or metal keychain, embroider it on a luggage tag/ID holder, or die strike it into a “challenge coin.”
“I want to start out by saying our new patches are a hit! They turned out better then I could’ve ever expected and have received praise from our citizens, City Council and surrounding agencies. Please pass along our praise to everyone there for their hard work, great end product and outstanding service!”
Officer Alan D. Booth #228Crosby Police Department, Minnesota
“We love our patches, so much so, that we are going to order another 1,000!”
Nicole WrigleyPortland Police, OR
“…I would like to thank everyone who has ever assisted the Georgetown Police Department. Hannah & your staff raise the bar of customer service and kindness. You truly make your customers feel like they are a part of the Emblem Authority family. A very special thank you to Hannah and your art department.”
Linda ZeloGeorgetown Police, DE
After nearly 30 years of law enforcement I’ve never dealt with a company so willing to work with its customers and so willing to get the product perfect. Customer Service isn’t a phrase with The Emblem Authority, its their state of mind”
Captain Steven GraffJupiter Island Department of Public Safety, Florida