Alameda County law enforcement badge photos.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, all block lettering.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, block and carnival lettering.
Alameda Co. Oakland SPCA Officer, #31, sterling silver, hand engraved. Hallmarked Morton Jeweler Co. Oakland, CA. Geo. Fake was now working for Morton and you can see his signature enameled engraving.
Lewis Cass Morehouse was elected Constable Eden Township Alameda County in 1866.
Lewis Cass Morehouse was elected Constable Eden Township Alameda County in 1866 
Custom painted sign, Alameda County Sheriff's Mounted Posse.
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Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved. Noted Alameda County historian and collector James Bolander told me that this badge is one of four ordered from Oakland Jeweler and watchmaker Geo. Fake in the late 1890's.

Alameda Co. Oakland SPCA Officer, #31, sterling silver, hand engraved. Hallmarked Morton Jeweler Co. Oakland, CA. Geo. Fake was now working for Morton and you can see his signature enameled engraving.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, all block lettering.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, block and carnival lettering.

Coroner Alameda County, 14k gold presentation badge, circa 1915, hallmarked H. Morton 14k

Presented To / Grant D. Miller / Jan. 19 - 1915 / BY / Robt. W. Martland / E. V. Tiffany / H. Gallagher / Berg Bros. / Taylor & CO / Bessie J. Wood / C. J. Truman / W. W. Whitten / Western Casket Co. / Oak. Cremation Assn. / T. C. Drennan / P. Kimberlin / H. Miller / Alter, Pratt & Richmond / C. S. Graham / R. G. Morgan / F. F. Bontella / J. D. Ryan / H. Miller Jr. / F. Briscoe / H. Frank.

Lewis Cass Morehouse was elected Constable Eden Township Alameda County in 1866.
His badge, shown above is 4" tall.
 

Custom painted sign, Alameda County Sheriff's Mounted Posse.
Walter Blumert Deputy. Walter was born April 6, 1894 and passed in July 1967.

Lewis Cass Morehouse was elected Constable Eden Township Alameda County in 1866 
He later served as a Deputy for Sheriff Harry Morse. 

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, gold front, #57 with applied horse head.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, block and carnival lettering.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, #479.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, Block and Romanl lettering.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, block lettering.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, Block and Roman lettering.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, #479.
 

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved, block lettering.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, gold front, #57 with applied horse head.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.  Obverse marked Ger. Silver and 853 40th St. Oakland, CAL.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.  Obverse marked Ger. Silver and 906 Bdwy. Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.  Obverse marked Ger. Silver and 853
40th St. Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.  Obverse marked Ger. Silver and 906 Bdwy. Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Constable badge.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.  Obverse marked Ger. Silver and 853 40th St. Oakland, CAL.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.  Obverse Pioneer Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Constable badge.
Obverse marked California. Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.
Obverse hallmarked Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.
Obverse Pioneer Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.  Obverse marked Ger. Silver and 853 40th St. Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.
Obverse California Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge.
Obverse California Oakland, CAL.

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Hayward, CA Deputy Marshal, sterling silver, hand engraved.  Circa 1900.

Hayward, CA Deputy Marshal, sterling silver, hand engraved.  Circa 1900.

Emeryville, CA police badge #15, sterling silver.  Circa 1930.

Emeryville, CA police badge #15, sterling silver.  Circa 1930.

Alameda, CA Inspector #4 police badge, sterling silver.  Circa 1945.

Alameda, CA Inspector #4 police badge, sterling silver.  Circa 1945.

California Inspector police badge, sterling silver.  Circa 1930.

California Inspector police badge, sterling silver.  Circa 1930.

Badges from Cities within Alameda County

Alameda, CA Police Officer #85 badge, sterling

Alameda, CA Police Officer #85 badge, sterling
silver.  Hallmarked Patrick and MK Co. SF.
Circa 1945.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved. Made by Oakland Jeweler and watchmaker Geo. Fake.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved. Made by Oakland Jeweler and watchmaker Geo. Fake.  Noted Alameda County historian and collector James Bolander advised me that this badge is the first deparment issue and that after the deparment went to a new style, these badges were numbered and issued to Special Deputies.

 

Alameda Co. Deputy Constable badge #10 from the Brooklyn Township.

Alameda Co. Deputy Constable badge #10 from the Brooklyn Township.
Made by Moise-K S.F.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge #36, sterling silver, hand engraved.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge #5, sterling silver, hand engraved.  Made by Hutchison Oakland, CAL.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge #36, sterling silver, hand engraved.  This badge belonged to Earl Warren and was obtained by noted Alameda County historian and collector James Bolander.
Earl Warren went on to become the Govenor of California and later became the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

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CA-AlamedaCo-DS-90-450
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved. One of four ordered from Oakland Jeweler and watchmaker Geo. Fake in the late 1890's.

Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge #90, sterling silver, hand engraved.

Alameda Co. Deputy Coroner badge #5, sterling silver, hand engraved.

Alameda Co. Deputy Coroner badge #5, sterling silver, hand engraved.

Obverse of Alameda Coroner badge presented to Grant Miller Jan. 19, 1915.  14k gold made by H. Morton Jewelry Oakland, CAL.
Presented To / Grant D. Miller / Jan. 19 - 1915 / BY / Robt. W. Martland / E. V. Tiffany / H. Gallagher / Berg Bros. / Taylor & CO / Bessie J. Wood / C. J. Truman / W. W. Whitten / Western Casket Co. / Oak. Cremation Assn. / T. C. Drennan / P. Kimberlin / H. Miller / Alter, Pratt & Richmond / C. S. Graham / R. G. Morgan / F. F. Bontella / J. D. Ryan / H. Miller Jr. / F. Briscoe / H. Frank.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge #5, sterling silver, hand engraved.  Made by Hutchison Oakland, CAL.
Newark, CA Police Officer #8 badge, personalized to N. G. Olson, made of sterling silver.  Hallmarked Ed Jones & Co. Oakland, CAL.

Newark, CA Police Officer #8 badge, personalized to N. G. Olson, made of sterling silver.  Hallmarked Ed Jones & Co. Oakland, CAL.

Fremont, CA 1st issue badge.

Fremont, CA Public Safety Officer badge.  This was the first issued badge style at the time the city was incorporated on Jan. 23, 1956.  Police and Fire officers were called Public Safety officers for the first year and then they were divided up into two seperate departments, Police and Fire.  The badges were sent back to Ed Jones Co. and panels were added over the words Public Safety that specified Police or Fire.  Hallmarked Ed Jones & Co. Oakland, CAL.

Hayward, CA Police badge #35, sterling silver, worn by Officer Bill Johnson.  Made by Irvine & Jachens and dated on the reverse 8-30-55.  Has Jewelry Workers Union Stamp #70.

Hayward, CA Police badge #35, sterling silver, worn by Officer Bill Johnson.  Made by Irvine & Jachens and dated on the reverse 8-30-55.  Has Jewelry Workers Union Stamp #70.

1956 Newark, CA Police Department, 1st day of service and first Chief and original four officers.  Photo courtesy Scotty Morrison.

1956 Newark, CA Police Department, 1st day of service and first Chief and original four officers. 
Photo courtesy Scotty Morrison.

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1st issue Alameda, CA Police Officer badge #15, sterling silver.  Hallmarked A.O. Gott Alameda STERLING.  In 1894 Arthur O. Gott was listed as Jeweler and Optician. Address 1413 Park Alameda.

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