This size will likely be part of my door service patch when I am free to get back to work as a volunteer chaplain for local department. The smaller ones may serve on an office door at home. I now own a retired Ford Crown Vic. from Nebraska and I can dress it up for work. It is a luxury ride for my wife, Cathy, who suffers advanced Alzheimer's disease and loves to sit in the big front seat for fall leaf rides. The trunk is great for her wheel chair. We call the car Leona, and I look forward to working with her for my remaining years.
Chaplains, especially retired ones, find it difficult to be recognized. More difficulty: I drive a 2010 Ford Crown Vic. (veteran pursuit car from Nebraska State). White/amber lights help some, but nothing says "Chaplain", in such a discreet way as these flags on the doors and trunk lid. It's clear now: I'm not a Cop but can be helpful to them sometimes. 40 years experience knows how to help without getting n the way.