Logo Contest

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) is looking for our yearly logo, to celebrate diversity within our agency and the Osceola County Community. In order to get the most authentic branding to represent our county, we have decided to host a logo design contest. This contest is for all middle and high school students of Osceola County. The new logo may be used on our website, social media, marketing pieces, souvenirs, trinkets, posters, gifts, and anything else that the agency chooses.

Prompt: Diversity in Osceola County

  1. Here are the guidelines and parameters that must be followed in order to be considered for this contest:
    The Sheriff’s Office star symbol must be incorporated in your logo while following the guidelines that are given. We will attach the png file, along with the correct way to integrate the design.
  2. The logo must include the sheriff’s name, “Sheriff Marcos R. Lopez”.
  3. You must use our agency’s colors (green, gold, and white). The Hex codes are #14340D, #C08F19, #FFFFFF for our brand identity. You are free to use the blank canvas area for the design, keeping in mind cohesiveness with the diversity theme and the OCSO identity.
  4. You must submit the logo on a 1080×1080 px PDF. The PDF must be in a light gray color. Please include the name of the contestant(s), email address (es), and the school which the contestant attends.
  5. The submission must be the contestant’s own work (not copied/duplicated) from another design. Upon submission, contestants must affirm that the design is their own original work and has not been copied from others or from previous designs (including their own). Also, it must not violate the intellectual property rights of any other person or entity.
  6. Contestants must follow the prompt given, however, we encourage them to be creative and unique in their design! Contestants can allow their ideas, interpretations, and personality to shine through.

How to Enter:

  1. The contest is open from 12/13/2021 and closes at 11:59 p.m. 02/04/2022. Late submissions will not be considered. A board of Osceola County Sheriff’s Office employees will select the finalists. The community will vote for the chosen design, by visiting our OCSO table/tent during the 2022 Osceola County Fair.
  2. All entries must be submitted electronically to OCSO at Marlene.Ruiz2@osceola.org. Submissions must include the contestants’ full name(s) of the person(s) who designed the logo, email address (es), and the school the contestant attends.
  3. One submission per person/team is acceptable.
  4. There is no fee to enter this contest.


  1. This contest is only open to middle and high school students attending a school in Osceola County
  2. This contest is not open to family members of the students.
  3. Contestants are permitted to work in groups (no more than 3 students per group). Only one prize will be given regardless of group size.

By entering this contest, participants agree to be bound by these contest rules and guidelines. Contestants will all be judged the same way with thought given to overall design, message, and skill. Violating any rules or guidelines may result in the elimination of participants’ eligibility. OCSO has the right to disqualify any entrant at any time at our sole discretion.
Submissions become the sole property of OCSO and may be used for any agency purpose. OCSO shall have the right to adapt, edit, modify, or otherwise use the winning submission in part or in its entirety in whatever manner it deems appropriate. OCSO is not responsible for lost, late, misdirected, incomplete, illegible, or otherwise unusable entries. This includes entries that are lost or unusable due to computer, internet, or electronic issues.

The winner(s) and guardians will be invited to a very special meet and greet with Sheriff Marcos R. Lopez, who will host an event for the first prize recipient(s) and guardians. In addition, to the bragging rights of being the winner of the “Diversity in Osceola Logo Contest”, the winner of the contest will also receive special prizes from the Sheriff’s Office.

We wish every contestant good luck!