The Berkeley Police Department is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness for the 4th year. Officers of the Berkeley Police Department will be showing support by wearing Pink Patches and pink badges to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer.
The Berkeley Police Association will be selling a similar Berkeley Police Pink Patch that contains a pink breast cancer ribbon in place of a star. This is the third year that the patches are being sold to the public with all proceeds being donated to Women’s Cancer Resource Center (2908 Ellsworth Street- Berkeley). In addition to patches, this is the first year that we will be selling Pink Breast Cancer Awareness T-Shirts to the public.
The Women’s Cancer Resource Center is a local organization that creates opportunities for women with cancer to improve their quality of life through education, supportive services, and practical assistance. All services are provided FREE of charge to them. 

Details

Type Of Agency
Police
Zip Code
94704
Our Instagram Handle
@berkeleypoliceca
Address
2100 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Point Of Contact
Officer Jessica Perry
Our Facebook Page
@berkeleypolicedepartment
City
Berkeley
Phone Number
510-990-2901
Our Department's Twitter Handle
@BerkeleyPolice
State
California
Where Can Your Patch Be Purchased?

PATCHES & T-SHIRTS: Can be purchased in person through the front lobby of the police department M-F from 8 am to 2 pm, or by sending an e-mail to: Berkeleypolicepinkpatchproject@gmail.com. You will receive an e-mail response regarding payment options. The Berkeley Police Association is selling the patches for $10 dollars each and T-Shirts for $20 dollars each. Preferred payment method is via check made payable to: Berkeley Police Association. All proceeds from patches and a portion from T-Shirts will be donated to Women’s Cancer Resource Center in Berkeley.