Horse Cave seeks public input on new police patch

HORSE CAVE, Ky. – The Horse Cave Police Department is holding a contest in order to allow the community to have some input on the departments image.

Interim Police Chief Heather Childress wants to revamp the police department including a new patch that will be the representative image of the department.

This new patch will be designed by none other than the community members themselves.

The winning design will be turned into a patch and place on all of the officer’s uniforms and the designer will win a $100 prize.

All entries should include the words “Horse Cave” and “Police” and have images that represent the city.

“It’s a piece of our history and our heritage. As you can see by looking around, we are an old community we have a lot of history here, and we are very proud of our history so to have your name in there and to show that you have been a part of that is something that you can tell your children, your grandchildren and will always be a part of Horse Cave history,” Childress said.

The deadline for submissions is Sept. 22, and entry forms can be picked up in the Horse Cave City Hall building.

You do not have to be a resident of Horse Cave to enter.