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Lhokseumawe is the second largest city in Aceh Special District, in the north of Sumatra, Indonesia. The city covers an area of 181.06 square kilometres. Being between Banda Aceh and the large southern city of Medan, the town is a key regional centre important for the economy of Aceh. http://www.bappedalhokseumawe.web.id
About the Patch
The City of Danville, located midway on Virginia's southern border with North Carolina, was founded in 1793 on the banks of the Dan River. The Danville Police Department had its beginnings on May 21, 1833, when a citizen patrol with compulsory service was established. By 1860, the citizen patrol had expanded to include two sworn police officers. Today the Police Department is a modern, accredited agency of 137 sworn officers. The motto of the Danville Police Department is "Deeds Not Words."
The patch of the Danville Police Department is divided into four quadrants representing the four cornerstones of Danville's economy.
The top quadrant depicts the textile industry that dominated Danville
for over 50 years. The right quadrant depicts the higher education
opportunities available in Danville. Danville's reputation as the hub of
the region's tobacco industry is represented in the bottom quadrant.
The confluence of roads, railroads, and air traffic in the left quadrant
symbolizes Danville's status for over 200 years as the "Gateway to the