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Walton Hills Police Department
Chief Kenn L. Thellmann
Walton Hills, OH
Since the new Ford Police Interceptors arrival in Law Enforcement, it was an extremely hard task to design something classy that stood out from all the other designs. Working with a graphics company (Central Graphics) we, came up with this design which is very unique. Our badge which appears to look like a watermark on the car and instead of the Ohio State Seal in the middle, they incorporated the center of our shoulder patch. I wanted a classy metallic dark blue color on the black car, something that stood out but not overbearing. Police on the side of the car is in brilliant white which stands out both in daylight and night time. Since we do not have street lights, reflective vinyl was not used, but the brilliant white does clearly show itself off. On the license plates is the car number with a smaller version of the badge that is on the side of the car. A stripe was also added behind the badge to make the graphic flow the length of the car so all the graphics would not be only on the front portion. To Protect and Serve was added to the side of the hood to show our officers pride and commitment to our community. Since implementing the Ford Interceptor, people have been stopping us on the road or yelling out their windows “Nice car" or "awsome car". (hard to photograph in daylight with reflections)
Municipal 10 to 50 Officers, East