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Patch Plaques

Enlarged replica of your patch showing all embroidered detail
Custom hand made using 3/4" MDF with Epoxy Resin Finish.
Standard Size is 8" x 10" (exact size varies depending on dimensions of patch)
Cost $40 + shipping
Wall mounting hardware included
Add a text bubble or ribbon to
personalize the plaque


Other Plaque Options

Challenge coin plaques ( 10" diameter or larger ) starting @ $40+ Shipping
Decal/sticker plaques
Wedding invitation keepsake
Badge Plaques (contact for details)
Newspaper / magazine articles

Graduation, Promotion, Retirement gifts


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"I ordered a plaque for my husband and it turned out so nice! It took less than 2 weeks and my husband loves it."
Alicia Pych Hade 10/07/2014

"The quality of these plaques is second to none. Very happy and proud to display it. I'm going to recommend them to others in my department. The fact the company is run by a local LEO and not some huge company overseas is an added bonus - you know there's real pride in the work."
Paul Brrtulis 10/24/2014


"Just got my plaque . Great work , fast shipping great packaging to prevent damage all around great business here ."
Eric Pags 10/20/2014



Leo Patch Plaques is a small family business owned & operated by an active law enforcement officer (LEO) in Maryland.

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 About LEO Patch Plaques-
Who am I?  I am not a "writer" so I'll keep this short and sweet. I'm also the type of guy who checks the "about" section first when visiting a page.
I'm a police officer and have been for the past 11 years. Before that I was a dispatcher, and Volunteer FF/EMT.  I'm also a husband and father of two beautiful kids.  I have combined my two hobbies of patch collecting and woodworking into one, which created LEO Patch Plaques.  I am a one man operation and take great pride in my work.  I believe in the brotherhood and enjoy networking with fellow LEO's /first responders.



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