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  1. The San Diego Police Historical Association & Museum is proud to announce a Law Enforcement Collectors Show and Historic Vehicle Exhibition! When: October 28th, 2017. 9am-2pm, (setup opens at 8am) Where: San Diego Police Range 4008 Federal Blvd, San Diego, 92102 Admission: $5 general admission Tables are $30/each (30 available) Table holders get 2 entrance admissions To make table reservations, contact Dan Weiss at dweiss@pd.sandiego.gov or 858-401-3501 What to Look Forward to: · Pre-show meet & greet for table holders at Police Museum on Friday night! · Awards ceremony for Best of Show, Best Patch & Badge displays, etc · On-site BBQ · See the San Diego Police Historical Fleet on Display!
  2. mikestoltz

    Cincinatti Ohio Police Badge & Patch Show

    DATE: Saturday September 9, 2017LOCATION: Fraternal Order of Police, Queen City Lodge #69, 1900 Central Pkwy, Cincinnati, OH 45214TIME: 9:00AM - 2:00PM HOSTED BY: Pat Olvey & Linny CloydSETUP TIME: 8AMTABLE COST: FreeADMISSION COST: FreeINFORMATION: For information and reservations contact Pat Olvey at polvey@gmail.com HOSTS: Pat Olvey & Linny Cloyd
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    2018 Edmonton Emergency Services Meetup

  4. http://www.680news.com/2017/02/16/exclusive-toronto-police-launch-investigation-badges-sale-ebay/
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    Heart of the Ozarks Police Collectors Show

    Heart of the Ozarks Police Collectors Show Saturday June 17, 2017 8am - 4pm Radisson Hotel Branson - Banquet Room A & B 120 Wildwood Drive Branson, Missouri * Free Admission * Display Contest & Awards * Discounts at Area Venues * Restaurant on Premises/Airport Shuttle * Antique Police Car Show & Police M/C Competition * Meet Junior Brown, "Highway Patrol" Writer/Performer 100 6' tables available @ $10 each Checks, PayPal, Major Credit Cards Accepted Contact: Tom Breen 5500 E Critter Crossing Road Hartsburg, Missouri 65039 Email: mshp297@hotmail.com Show Info: Jim Post, kopkars@arkansas.net 479-253-6333 Terry Bible, terry.bible264@gmail.com 417-527-1598 Tom Breen, mshp297@hotmail.com 573-864-4736
  6. mikestoltz

    Manitoba Police Insignia Collectors Show

    Manitoba Police Insignia Collectors Swap Meet Location : 1755 Portage Ave., St James Legion When : Sunday April 30th , from 10:00 – 2 PM Doors open at 0900 for display set up Admission $2.00, children free. \ Display tables are $10.00 each (includes admission) Police, Peace Officer, Fire , EMS collectors welcome. Featured will be patches, badges, challenge coins, pins and uniform memrobilia. No firearms or ammunition permitted Contact Craig Boan for further information or table reservations. (first come first serve) Phone or Text: 204-291-3693 Email: internetebiz@shaw.ca This is the first show in Winnipeg in the past two years. Please forward this information to all potential attendees. I look forward to seeing you all at the Legion Sunday April 30th Note: All proceeds after expenses will be donated to the Winnipeg Police Museum
  7. Southeastern Ohio Police Collectors Show DATE: Saturday March 11, 2017LOCATION: 701 East State Street, Athens, OH 45701TIME: 9AM - 2PMHOSTED BY: The Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society (GCPOMS)SETUP TIME: 8AMTABLE COST: $15ADMISSION COST: By donation and accompanied children freeINFORMATION: Buy, sell, trade police memorabilia. 30+ 8 foot tables available at $15 each and $10 for each additional table. This is a closed show for Public Safety Professionals and known collectors. Admission is by donation. Kids accompanied by an adult admitted free. On duty uniformed officers will be admitted free. Concessions will be available. For more information email Andrew Watson at aawatson@icloud.com.
  8. Mabas 7 Fire and Police Swap Meet Where: Will County Fairgrounds Atrium Building 710 West Street Peotone, Illinois When: Saturday March 18, 2017 8:00am - 2:00pm Public is welcome Food concessions available Indoor and Outdoor Spaces featuring: - antiques - collectibles - toys - emergency lights - badges / patches - books Admission: $5.00 per person Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/567536380007712 Contacts: Pat Holohan holohanpat@att.net Jerry Dole acdole@yahoo.com
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    Cleveland Police Collectors Show

    The Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society is proud to present the Police Collectors Show. When: Saturday, May 20, 2017 from 10am – 3pm Where: DoubleTree by Hilton – Cleveland Downtown 1111 Lakeside Ave. – Grand Ballroom Admission: Adults – $3 Children 12 and under – Free Exhibitors Table Information You may pay online below Collectors – $15 per table Vendors – $25 per table Set up on Saturday, May 21, 8-10am Register for a table by contacting John Kasinecz – patchman99@hotmail.com or Phil Rozzi – ohio5213@gmail.com – (330) 858-4346 or register online below. Info: CollectorsShow@policememorialsociety.com
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    San Luis Obispo, CA Police Memorabilia Show

    The 14th Annual California Law Enforcement Historical Society (CLEHS) Police Memorabilia Collector’s Show will be held at the San Luis Obispo Veteran’s Memorial Hall on Saturday, July 8, 2017, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. The Veteran’s Hall is located at 801 Grand Avenue, San Luis Obispo, CA. The show is a fund raiser for the California Law Enforcement Historical Society and is hosted by Gary Hoving There are 55, eight foot tables available at $40.00 each; Society members pay $35.00 each. Reserve your table early as the show sells out every year! Admission is $5.00 per person, children under 12 are free. Awards are presented for Best Patch Display, Best Badge Display, Best Historical Display, Best Educational Display and Best of Show.
  11. mikestoltz

    Mideast Regional Police Collectors Show

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    The Mideast Regional Police Collectors Show will be held in Louisville, Kentucky on June 2 and 3, 2017. Up to 117 tables will be available where collectors will buy, sell and trade all sorts of law enforcement memorabilia. The most prominent items will be patches and badges; however, there will also be challenge coins, uniforms, police restraints, license plate, pins, and all sorts of other law enforcement items. Other items of historical significance will be displayed. SHOW CALENDAR Friday June 2, 2017 11AM - Registration and Set-up (Table holders and assistants only) Noon - Show opens to all collectors 7PM - Show Hall Closes Saturday June 3, 2017 9AM - Additional Set-up Time (Table Holders and assistants only) 10AM - Show opens to all collectors 2PM - Awards Presented 3PM - Show ends WHERE: Galt House Hotel & Convention Center 140 N. Fourth Street Louisville, KY SHOW INFORMATION GENERAL ADMISSION: General admission to the show is free!! There will be no early-bird passes for the early set-up periods on either Friday or Saturday. There will be no exceptions to this rule, as it undermines the security of the show hall. TABLE/DISPLAY SPACE INFORMATION: Approximately 117 tables are available for $50.00 each. The tables are eight feet long and 30 inches wide. Each table is clothed, skirted and provided with two chairs and a garbage can. Due to the open layout of the exhibit space, wall tables are extremely limited and cannot be guaranteed. The purchase of table space provides the holder with all-access admission passes for himself/herself and one assistant. These passes will provide entry into the show hall on both days of the show for early set-up. There are 93 tables in the main exhibit space with an option to expand into two attached and adjacent rooms connected to the show hall by double doors. All tables in the main hall will be filled before any auxiliary tables are sold. I will not accept payment for any table in the auxiliary show space without first notifying the purchaser. Electrical power is available for $75 with advance purchase. Easels are available for $5 rental fee per easel with advance purchase. Wireless internet access is $10 per day. All of these add-ons are subject to an additional 28% service charge/tax fee. TABLE ORDERING INFORMATION: Table reservations for the 2017 Mideast Regional Police Collectors Show are now being accepted. Reservations can be made by contacting the show host, Jim Clark, via email at jmclark0478@gmail.com. Tables can also be ordered and paid for online using the link below. For those without email access, you can make reservations via phone by calling (502) 931-5805 between the hours of 11AM and 9PM Eastern Standard Time. Reservations can be made without payment; however, payment must be received within two weeks of the reservation date or the reservation will be voided. It is expected that the show will sell out, so make reservations early (especially if you have special requests). Requests can be made for wall space, electrical access, to be placed near other specific collectors, etc. The show host will make every effort possible to fulfill these requests, but tables must be ordered with the understanding that the requests of all collectors may not be fulfilled. Any cancellation of table space must be made prior to May 15, 2017, for a refund to be issued. All table holders who do not order and pay for tables online must send in a registration form with their payment. Acceptable forms of mail-in payments are personal check, cashier's check, and money orders. You can obtain a printer-friendly registration form
  12. On google maps, there's 4 Shelbyville municipalities down in the states: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Missouri. Thanks for any help, Mike Stoltz
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    Space Coast Police Patch Show

    The 32nd Annual “Space Coast” Patch Show will be Sat., January 28, 2017 at the Elks Lodge, 2955 Columbia Blvd., Titusville, FL. Steve and Karen Bridges host the show. This is your opportunity to buy-sell or trade law enforcement patches and badges, as well as other Police memorabilia. Eighty-five tables are available for $20 each before December 31. After that tables will be $25. Early reservations are recommended because tables areoffered on a “first come” basis. Each year the show is a sellout. Please send payment with your reservation. Set-up begins at 8am and the show will run from 9am until 3pm. There is a spirited display contest and awards are presented for the best displays. Reproductions must be marked. The Elks Lodge will offer lunch, and there are numerous fast foodrestaurants in the immediate area. The “Host” hotel for the show is the HolidayInn Titusville/Kennedy Space Center 4715 Helen Hauser Blvd. An $94 rate(plus tax) , which will include a hot buffet breakfast, this rate will be valid January27-29, 2017 and the cutoff date is January 7, 2016. The phone number is (321) 383-0200 and ask for the Space Coast Patch Show. Titusville is close to Kennedy Space Center and other central Florida attractions. The Police Hall of Fame, which moved from Miami to Titusville, is now open and is a well-done attraction promoting Law Enforcement and has some fabulous patches on display. Make table reservations by calling: 321-302-1983 (cell) or e-mail @ sbridges@cfl.rr.com . Confirm your reservations by mailing table fee to Steve Bridges, 1535 Justin Court, Titusville, FL 32796
  14. mikestoltz

    Detroit & Area Police and Fire Show

    Detroit-Area Police and Fire Collectors Show & Exhibit Saturday, April 1, 2017 9:00am to 3:00pm ET Police & Fire badges, patches and memorabilia Uniforms and Restraints Unique and Prize Winning Collections and Displays UFCW Unition Hall 876 Horrace Brown Drive Madison Heights, Michigan Admission: Adults $5.00, children 12 and under are free Hourly door prizes, display awards, patch drop box drawingIMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE READThis is a closed show: You must be a know collector or have valid police/ fire ID or accompany one of the above to be admitted to the show. Badges: Current style badges may NOT be bought, sold or traded at the show or on the property. Failure to comply with this policy may result in expulsion from the show and possible exclusion from future shows. Displays which contain current badges MUST be marked as "Display Only' Contacts: Table Reservations: Dave Loar 2547 Astoria Blvd. Howell, MI 48843-7653 (517) 404-9781 cdloar@hotmail.com Information: Mike Duvall (586) 709-6891 Duvallm70@yahoo.com Todd Hansen 2933hansen@gmail.com Bill Pace wpace423@aol.com
  15. Florence Kentucky Police Badge / Patch Show Saturday September 10, 2016 Doors open from 8:30am to 2:30pm Facebook: Patrick Olvey
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    Bay State Police Collectors Show

    Bay State Police Collectors Show Sunday May 7, 2017 31 Franklin Street, Fall River, Massachusetts, USA New England's premier police collectable show. Patches, badges, challenge coins, road champs, and much much more! Cost: $17 per eight-foot table – this INCLUDES ONE admissionAdditional Tables $10General Admission $7 8:45am Table Setup, 9am General AdmissionTables not occupied by 10AM will be resold with NO refunds. We will accept donationsto raise funds for a different location in the near future. There are a limited number of tables so please contact us to reserve your table.Law Enforcement officers and known collectors only please, LE Credentials may be checked at the door.We will have coffee, donuts, hot dogs and beverages for purchaseYour hosts: Gary Smith – grs1908@aol.com Barb Haven – masspatches@gmail.com
  17. mikestoltz

    Bay State Police Collectors Show

    Bay State Police Collectors Show Sunday October 2, 2016 New England's premier police collectable show. Patches, badges, challenge coins, road champs, and much much more! Cost: $17 per eight-foot table – this INCLUDES ONE admissionAdditional Tables $10General Admission $7Tables not occupied by 10AM will be resold with NO refunds.There are a limited number of tables so please contact us to reserve your table.Law Enforcement officers and known collectors only please, LE Credentials may be checked at the door.We will have coffee, donuts, hot dogs and beverages for purchase Your hosts: Gary Smith – grs1908@aol.com Barb Haven – masspatches@gmail.com
  18. mikestoltz

    Bay State Police Collectors Show

    Bay State Police Collectors Show October 1, 2017 31 Franklin Street, Fall River, Massachusetts, US New England's premier police collectable show. Patches, badges, challenge coins, road champs, and much much more! Cost: $17 per eight-foot table – this INCLUDES ONE admissionAdditional Tables $10General Admission $7 8:45am Table Setup, 9am General AdmissionTables not occupied by 10AM will be resold with NO refunds.We will accept donations to raise funds for a different location in the near future. There are a limited number of tables so please contact us to reserve your table.Law Enforcement officers and known collectors only please, LE Credentials may be checked at the door.We will have coffee, donuts, hot dogs and beverages for purchaseYour hosts: Gary Smith – grs1908@aol.com Barb Haven – masspatches@gmail.com
  19. mikestoltz

    Olrando FL Police Collectors Show

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    Orlando, FL (Vacation Capital) Police Collectors Show ROSEN PLAZA HOTEL 9700 INTERNATIONAL DRIVE CENTRALLY LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE TOURIST DISTRICT. CLOSE TO UNIVERSAL STUDIOS, SEA WORLD, WALT DISNEY WORLD AND TWO WORLD-CLASS FACTORY OUTLET MALLS. EASY ACCESS TO ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, INTERSTATE 4 AND THE FL. TURNPIKE. 85 TABLES ARE AVAILABLE AT $25 EA. SET-UP BEGINS AT 7:30 AM SHOW OPENS AT 9AM. PLEASE MENTION THE A SPECIAL ROOM RATE OF $95 IS AVAILABLE FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. CALL 1-800-627-8258 FOR HOTEL RESERVATIONS. “OCSO-Doug Sarubbi-VACATION CAPITAL POLICE SHOW” BY NAME. FREE ON-SITE PARKING FOR ATTENDEES & GUESTS. Awards will be presented for Best Badge, Best Patch and Best Overall Display. Admission is $2. FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: OR CALLsarubb@aol.comDOUG SARUBBI at DAY: 407-351-9368 NIGHT: 407-297-1232 Co-Hosts: Ron Bartholome and John Holmes Please confirm reservations by mailing payment to: Doug Sarubbi, 4023 Salmon Dr. Orlando, FL 32835
  20. 2nd Annual Traverse City Area Police & Fire Collectors Show.Saturday, October 15, 2016 https://www.facebook.com/groups/1636377223263591/
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    Peotone, IL Police & Fire Swap Meet

    Mabas Fire & Police Collectibles Swap Meet Mabas 7 Fire & Police Swap Meet this Saturday March 19 at the Will County Fair Grounds in Peotone, IL. Open to Public also. 8:00am--2:00pm. We have 45 + indoor & outdoor Vendors signed up at this time and will also have a outdoor static apparatus display. $5.00 at Door or Buy a Raffle Ticket for $10 & get in Free. Children under 12 are free. Sony 40 inch HD TV & several other great prizes available. Winner need not be present. Hope to see you there. Pat H. Where: Will County Fair Grounds Atrium Building 710 West Street Peotone, Illinois When: Saturday March 19, 2016 - 8am to 2pm Admission: $5 at the door Contact: Pat Holohan holohanpat@att.com
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    Fairfax VA Police Badge & Patch Show

    Fairfax Regional Police Badge & Patch Show Saturday November 5, 2016 10am - 3pm Fairfax County Police Association Hall 5625 Revercomb Court, Fairfax, Virginia 22030 General Admission: $5 (spouses and children free) Table Reservations: $20 per table For table reservations, make checks or money orders payable to "FCPA" Mail to: FCPA Show, P.O. Box 917, Purcellville, VA 20134-0917 Tables assigned on first-come, first-serve basis and must be paid in advance. Table holder setup begins at 9am. Food and drink will be available for purchase Plenty of free parking Numerous local hotels close to the show site Best of Show trophy to be awarded Please follow this link for more information: http://www.fairfaxregionalbadgeandpatchshow.com/ or Contact Larry or Bill via email: mailto: FCPAShow@aol.com
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    Maine Police & Fire Collectors Show

    THE SECOND ANNUAL GREAT STATE OF MAINE POLICE & FIRE COLLECTOR’S SHOW BUY‐SELL‐TRADE FEEL FREE TO BRING A DISPLAY Saturday, MAY 21, 2016 Show to be held at the Freeport Public Safety Building, 4 Main St. (US RT 1), Freeport, Maine 04032, from 0900 HRS to 1300 HRS. Entrance to show at rear of building. Admission open to current/retired Police, Fire, Military and known collectors. ID may be required for entry. Table set‐up begins at 0830. Tables will be $15.00, with additional tables at $10.00 each, (includes table holder’s admission to show.) At least 32 tables available. Tables need to be reserved and paid for in advance. $5.00 admission for all others. Reproduction items must be clearly marked as such. Special room rates have been arranged at the Hilton Garden Inn in Freeport. The $119.00 per night rate is good for either Friday, Saturday, or both nights and includes free breakfast. Hilton Garden Inn is located at 5 Park St., Freeport Maine 04032, and is about 3 tenths of a mile northeast of the Public Safety Building. A link is provided below to reserve rooms at the special rate, or you can call by phone (207)869‐3018. If calling, make sure to mention Great State Of Maine Police and Fire Collector’s Show to get the special rate. Room reservations need to be made by April 22, 2016 to insure availability. <a href="https://secure3.hilton.com/en_US/gi/reservation/book.htm?inputModule=HOTEL&ctyhocn=P WMFDGI&spec_plan=MPFC&arrival=20160520&departure=20160522&cid=OM,WW,HILTONLI NK,EN,DirectLink&fromId=HILTONLINKDIRECT">Click here for hotel reservations</a> Please mail table reservations with payment to co‐host: Dean Walker, PO Box 788, Farmington, ME 04938. Any questions, call Dean at (207)779‐6082. The show is also co‐hosted by Freeport FF/EMT Richard Sylvain and Police Sgt. John Perrino This show is sponsored by the Freeport Fire Company. All proceeds will be split between the Freeport Fire Company for support of their benevolent activities, Freeport Fire Explorers Program and the Maine Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.
  24. TIMMINS - Timmins Police Service stepped up its formality just a bit during the regular monthly meeting of the police services board this week. “We have been in contact with the Government of Canada and the Canadian Heraldic Authority to have a coat-of-arms designed for the Timmins Police Service,” Police Chief John Gauthier said at the meeting on Thursday. Gauthier said the idea for a formal coat-of-arms originated with retired police chief Richard Laperrière several years ago, and even though the chief retired five years ago, the work continued. “With much determination and assistance from Kate Cantin, our corporate communications coordinator, we are happy to reveal the finished product here this afternoon,” said Gauthier. Interim communications coordinator Marc Depatie described the new coat of arms as a “striking piece of artwork” and said it was the result of several years of work. He said the herald depicts Northern Ontario wildlife as symbolized through the two owls, which also reflects the “sage and wisdom-oriented approach to policing.” The owls are also wearing British style “bobby” police hats which were part of the police regalia in 1912, the year the Timmins Police Service was incorporated under the leadership of Chief James P. Ryan. The new herald was created by armorial artist Eva Pilar-Cass, of Sault Ste. Marie, who is well known for creating such symbols. The top of the herald features a porcupine, in reference to the Porcupine Camp mining district. The porcupine is shown holding an eagle feather, which is representative of the strong relationship that exists with the Aboriginal population, said Depatie. The same time as the coat-of-arms was unveiled, a new spruced-up version of the Timmins Police badge was revealed. Similar to the city’s official symbol, it features a crossed prospector’s hammer and miner’s sledge hammer with a glittering gold nugget, surrounded by a wreath of golden maple leaves. It is topped by a proper royal crown. “This piece of artwork is going to be standard by which we recognize our past but embrace the future,” Depatie said. No decision has been made as yet where the new coat of arms will be featured in the Timmins Police building, although it is likely to replace the large existing police emblem that is now featured in the atrium of the public lobby. There is also the possibility the symbol will be transferred to a new flag for the police building and for police related ceremonial events. Chief Gauthier said he was pleased with the new herald saying it was indeed a unique piece of artwork. Timmins mayor and police board chairman Steve Black was also pleased with the final product. “It has been a long process, but obviously I think they’ve done a great job capturing the history of not just the region but the Timmins Police as well,” said Black, who offered congratulations to the artist and the senior officers for their support.
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