Vintage Rhode Island State Law Enforcement Insignia

Vintage State of Rhode Island law Enforcement Insignia.

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Worn by Traffic Court officers in the 1980’s and 90s.

Worn on windbreakers – 1980s

James O’Neil served as Rhode Island’s Attorney General from 1987 to 1993.

First Issue – Worn 1970s.

Second Issue – Current

Worn circa 1960s – 1970s.

Worn by officers who patrolled the State Institutions in Cranston. The department disbanded circa 1990.

First Issue – Black Lettering – 1970s.

Second Issue – Gold Lettering

Early issue – date(s) unknown.

Worn 1970s – 1980s.

Worn 1980s.

Click on links below to see more vintage Rhode Island patches. 

     Vintage Municipal R. I. Police Insignia 

     Vintage Dept. of Corrections Insignia

     Vintage R. I. State Police Insignia

     Vintage R. I. Dept. of Forestry Insignia 

     Vintage R. I. Fish & Wildlife Insignia

     Vintage R, I, Sheriff Dept. Insignia

Vintage Rhode Island Department Of Corrections Insignia

    The Rhode Island State Properties Police were a state agency that patrolled the grounds of the state institutions which included hospitals and other facilities on state property in Cranston, R. I.  They were not part of the Department of Corrections, but at one time wore similar insignia.  The agency was disbanded around 1990.  

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Current Issue Uniform Patch

     The following special unit patches have been worn at various times over the years.  



1974 Pistol Shoot Souvenir Patch

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