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Posted on: June 12, 2019

[ARCHIVED] New Vehicle Graphics

Kevin M Henderson, Ontario County Sheriff

Press Release

June 11, 2019

New vehicle graphics 2019Sheriff Kevin Henderson introduces the new graphics for the 2019 sheriff’s vehicle fleet. The current vehicle graphics has been on the sheriff’s vehicles since 1999, after 20 years and Sheriff Henderson wanted a new look since taking office on January 1st . Sheriff Henderson wished to keep the red and white color scheme of the vehicles.

Members of the sheriff’s office had direct involvement from the design, colors and style. Sergeant Mike Rago, sheriff fleet supervisor, Photographer Krista Schlenker and Deputy Bart Castle all played a role in the new design.

Krista and Sgt. Rago did the initial design working with Ewing Graphics in Farmington for the layout and style as well as meeting with representatives from the Seneca Nation of Indians at Vehicle PicGanondagan in Victor. They were consulted regarding the accuracy of the depiction of the Indian in the center of the sheriff’s badge, which was drawn by Deputy Bart Castle and is in the


Ontario County Seal. Also on the new vehicles are the words “Serving Since 1789” to show the history of the Office of Sheriff as well as the American Flag.

The new vehicle graphics will be implemented over the course of the next several years as the older vehicles in the fleet are phased out.

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