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December 26, 2013
Police Launch Unique Contest

Santa Fe Police want the community to be involved creating a brand for
our department.

The goal is to put into words what makes our department unique and special from others across the nation. We are looking for a SLOGAN to be used as a part of an overall marketing/recruiting campaign.

Having a distinct brand will not only serve as recruitment tool helping to attract those looking for jobs in law enforcement to the City Different, but it will also serve as a point of pride for residents and officers alike.

What do you want others to envision when you hear Santa Fe Police?!
We have already received some good ideas online!
EXAMPLE: “Santa Fe Police, a true community department.”
We would like to see many more, so put your thinking caps on and get creative!

Ideas can be submitted on the department’s FACEBOOK or TWITTER pages #brandingSFPD, by email to [bot protected email address] or by old-fashioned mail:

Attn: Branding SFPD
2515 Camino Entrada
Santa Fe, NM 87507

This is a contest, and as a prize the winner will be recognized before the governing body, receive free admission to the department’s citizen’s academy of their choosing and be entitled to endless bragging rights!


(Please keep all comments and slogans positive. Feedback can be emailed as a private message on Facebook or Twitter or to the department directly.)

SFPD Launches Unique Contest

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