DCPD Merchandise

Dodge City Police Department Merchandise

The Police Officer's Benefit Association, an organization that provides assistance to officers and officer's families that are ill, have been injured or have been killed in the line of duty. All proceeds from the merchandise sold on this page go to the POBA fund.

Police Department Patch

The Dodge City, Kansas Police Department Patch depicts the western heritage that made Dodge City the "Queen of the Cowtowns."
  * The steer head is representative of the Texas cattle drives which terminated in Dodge City, and were shipped by rail (as depicted by the Locomotive).
  * The taming of the western frontier and the protection of its citizens is represented by the crossed six-guns. 
  * These symbols are surrounded by the cowboy's tool of trade: the lariat rope.

The cost of each patch is $6.00.     

The yellow background, which is our old patch, is still available. The navy background is our new patch. When ordering, please specify which background color you are requesting.
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Challenge Coin

The Dodge City Police Department challenge coin features our department badge on one side with the police patch on the other. Each coin is 1 3/4" in diameter and cost $11 each (add $3 postage if requesting by mail).

Dodge City Police Department Challenge Coin


These high quality blankets are sturdy and warm.

The first blanket features a silhouette of cowboys with their horses to signify the old west of Dodge City, standing below our great American flag.

The second blanket features the seal of the Dodge City Police Department with a black patrol unit beside it.

The third blanket is a blue blanket with a German Shephard representing the drug K9 along with a police ball cap and handcuffs. All positioned above the "To Protect and To Serve."

  • The blankets measurements are approximately 45" by 65"
  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine Washable (gentle cycle, cold water, low dry heat)
  • Cost is $35.00 each.
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For more information please contact Kelley Mellecker.