Camp Verde Marshal's Office

The Town of Camp Verde is located in north-central Arizona in the Verde Valley between Phoenix and Flagstaff.  The Camp Verde Marshal's Office provides police services for a population of 11,000 residents covering 43 square miles nestled along the Verde River surrounded by the Prescott and Coconino National Forests.  
Since 2018, we have partnered with the Yavapai Regional Medical Center Foundation for this fundraising to benefit the YRMC BreastCare Center to serve those battling this disease in our local communities.
The Camp Verde Marshal's Office prides itself on setting the "PACE" of Professionalism, Accountability, Community, and Excellence for the citizens we serve.
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Coolidge Police Department

The City of Coolidge Police Department is located approximately 60 miles south of Phoenix and 60 miles north of Tucson.  The department provides law enforcement services for a population of 13,000 residents covering approximately 73 sqaure miles.
We joined the Pink Patch Project this year and it will be the first year raising funds for cancer research.
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Gilbert Police Department

“The Gilbert Police Department is located in Gilbert, Arizona, just southeast of Phoenix. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of close to 250,000 residents.
This is the first year the department has joined the Pink Patch Project with the goal to bring awareness to this disease and raise money for cancer research.”
 
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GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT

The Glendale Police Department is a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona.  We have a population of over 246,000 and is home to the Arizona Cardinals NFL & Arizona Coyotes NHL teams.  
Glendale Police is participating in the Pink Patch Project for the 2nd year and we hope that each year it will continue to grow.  We want to show our pink to the community, start that conversation about early detection and just give an overall support to anyone affected by breast cancer.
A portion of the money collected will be donated to Bosom Buddies of Arizona, which is a non profit organization in Phoenix that offers support and resources to the men and women affected by breast cancer. 
While our officers are wearing the patches on their uniforms our civilian staff will be wearing specially designed tshirts for the month supporting PINK.
Currently there are challenge coins available for purchase.  Please contact/email cgaarder@glendaleaz.com
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Mesa Police Department

2020 is our second year participating! 
 
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Paradise Valley Police Department

Officers are authorized to wear pink patches on their uniforms to raise awareness of breast cancer during the month of October each year. Pink patches are sold to the public year-round.
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Peoria Police Department

The Peoria Police Department is located in the west valley of the Phoenix Metro area in Arizona.  The Peoria Police Department has 200 sworn officers and approxiamtely 100 professional staff. 
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Phoenix Fire Department Regional Dispatch Center

The Phoenix Fire Department Regional Dispatch Center provides dispatch services for 28 cities and 23 emergency service agencies covering over 2,200sq miles across the valley of the sun. 
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Prescott Police Department

The Prescott Police Department is located 90 miles northwest of Phoenix, Arizona. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of 42,000 residents covering 45 square miles.
The department has raised over $13000.00 since joining the Pink Patch Project two years ago.
We have dedicated this year's fundraising to the Breast Care Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center.
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Scottsdale Police Department

The Scottsdale Police Department is in the east suburb of Phoenix, AZ  located in the "West's Most Western Town," Scottdale, AZ. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of about a quarter of a million residents covering over 185 square miles.
This is our departments inaugural year and we have raised over $4500.00 since joining the Pink Patch Project (we have only sold shoulder patches, but next year have plans to expand the concept to other merchandise).
We dedicated this year's fundraising to a local non-profit organization "Don't be a Chump, Check for a Lump." This organization provides much needed assistance to valley women in need who are fighting Breast Cancer. 
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Surprise Fire-Medical Department


The Pink Patch Project began as a collaborative effort between public safety agencies throughout the nation to raise public awareness and funds for Breast Cancer research and Treatment. 


In 2020, Surprise Police and Fire-Medical Departments will partner in participating in this national campaign by supporting the American Cancer Society. Our staff chose to support the American Cancer Society to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and treatment for ALL forms of cancer and to raise funds for cancer research, treatment, and public education because it has affected so many lives in our community. 
 


In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, members of the Surprise Police Department and Surprise Fire-Medical Department will wear pink patches and uniform shirts in an effort to raise awareness about cancer and to help find a cure. In addition, community members are welcome to purchase replica shoulder patches for $10 or lapel pins for $5 from both departments. Proceeds from the sales of these items benefit the American Cancer Society and the Pink Patch Project programs. 
 


Items will be available for purchase beginning October 1st. Please continue to monitor all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor) for information about dates and locations for sales. 


Members of the Surprise Police Department and Surprise Fire-Medical Department thank you for your continued support! 
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Surprise Police Department


The Pink Patch Project began as a collaborative effort between public safety agencies throughout the nation to raise public awareness and funds for Breast Cancer research and Treatment. 


In 2020, Surprise Police and Fire-Medical Departments will partner in participating in this national campaign by supporting the American Cancer Society. Our staff chose to support the American Cancer Society to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and treatment for ALL forms of cancer and to raise funds for cancer research, treatment, and public education because it has affected so many lives in our community. 
 


In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, members of the Surprise Police Department and Surprise Fire-Medical Department will wear pink patches and uniform shirts in an effort to raise awareness about cancer and to help find a cure. In addition, community members are welcome to purchase replica shoulder patches for $10 or lapel pins for $5 from both departments. Proceeds from the sales of these items benefit the American Cancer Society and the Pink Patch Project programs. 
 


Items will be available for purchase beginning October 1st. Please continue to monitor all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor) for information about dates and locations for sales. 


Members of the Surprise Police Department and Surprise Fire-Medical Department thank you for your continued support! 
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