Printables for Kids

Printable Police, Fire Fighter and Sheriff Badges for Kids

Does your child have a wild imagination? If so, they may enjoy these printable badges. There are three types of badges in all: Police badges, fire fighter badges, and sheriff badges for kids. Each badge is high resolution so there is no pixelation. In order to print them, click on the images below to open up the larger version of the picture. Then right click and press “Save Image As” to save to your computer. When printing, use the scaling option to print the badge to your preferred size.

Not only are they badge images great for imagination games like cops and robbers, but they can also be used for creative projects, in school and church activities, are birthday parties, in summer camps and as rewards for good behavior.

Police and Fire Chief Badges for Kids

Printable Badges for Kids Printable Badges for Kids

The Police Officer Badge: With this gold emblem, your child will transform into a champion of justice. He or she will become a brilliant super sleuth, given the authority to take down imaginary bad guys.

The Fire Fighter Badge: Pin this symbol to a child’s shirt, and they’ll grab their Playskool axe and start chopping through imaginary doors, dosing down invisible fires, and rescuing civilians from make believe buildings.

Sheriff Badges for Kids

Printable Badges for Kids Printable Badges for Kids

These badges are your ticket to the wild wild west. Escape with your child into a forgotten land of gunslingers, ghost towns, dust storms and dynamite. Fight bank robbers on locomotives. Chase down enemies on brave mustangs. Save the town and the day.

Fun Facts

1. Metal badges became a standard in the 17th century when used by the British Army to denote a soldier’s regiment. The soldiers wore the badges on their caps.

2. In the USA, most badges are worn above the left chest pocket.

3. When under cover, badges are either clipped to the belt or worn around the neck on a chain.


Tim van de Vall is the author of the digital comic book series, “The Adventures of Chartwell,” and blogs on his website, Creating Comics. Tim is also the founder of Dutch Renaissance Press, a digital publishing company. When he’s not drawing or creating awesome content for the web, Tim tutors aspiring artists, works on creative freelance projects, and walks his dog.

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