Home to 48,000 residents, the city of Azusa is located approximately 20 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles, at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. The Azusa Police Department proudly serves this great community with professionalism and commitment.
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Biola University is a nationally ranked private Christian university in the Heart of Southern California. Founded in 1908 in downtown Los Angeles, Biola University eventually settled in the heart of the City of La Mirada.
The Department of Campus Safety is responsible for law enforcement, public safety, and emergency response at Biola University. The Department is staffed with professional campus officers, skilled administrative staff, and a dedicated cadre of student employees. The Department of Campus Safety maintains a strong working relationship with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
This is the second year our Department has participated in the Pink Patch Project (PPP). With 100% of all sales made from the 2018 PPP drive, we donated nearly $1000 to The City of Hope in Duarte, CA.
Our Department has several family members who at one point has had or is currently dealing with breast cancer. It is for their fight and encouragement that we are participating in this effort.
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The California State University, Fullerton Police Department is located in the heart of Orange County, California and is one of 23 CSU police departments. The department provides law enforcement services for approximately 40,000 students and 4,500 faculty/staff.
The department has raised over $3,000.00 since joining the Pink Patch Project last year.
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Coronado Police Department is a small beach community in San Diego County.  We look forward to participating in the Pink Patch Project to help our local community.
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The Cuesta College Police Department provides law enforcement and public safety services for the San Luis Obispo Community College District.   The department serves an approximate population of 12,000 students and staff members spread between two campuses; one in the city of San Luis Obispo and a second in the city of Paso Robles. 
Our department joined the pink patch project in 2017 and our fundraising efforts support the Hearst Cancer Resource Center in San Luis Obispo.   We are proud to partner with the Pink Patch Project in the ongoing fight against breast cancer.
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The Culver City Police Department is located approx. 10 miles west of downtown Los Angeles. The department provides law enforcement services for an elongated area covering 5 square miles that encounters a daytime population of over 200K and an overnight population of 40,000 residents.

We have dedicated this year's fundraising to one of our officers, Sgt. Eden Robertson, who is fighting her second battle right now.
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The Delano Police Department is located 31 miles north of Bakersfield, California in the County of Kern. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of approximately 55,000 residents covering 14.4 square miles. 
This is the first year our agency has participated in the Pink Patch Project and wish to make it an annual fundraising event  
We have dedicated this year's fundraising to the American Cancer Society - “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign. 
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The El Segundo Police Department is located south of the LAX Airport in Southern California. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of approximately 16,000 residents covering approximately 5.5 square miles. The department has raised over $12,400 since joining the Pink Patch Project three years ago. We have dedicated this year's fundraising to be split between Helen's Room, a non-profit organization in El Segundo as well as one of our dispatchers, Samantha Stacey, who is fighting her battle right now.
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The Hercules Police Department is located 25 miles north of San Francisco, California. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of about 28,000 residents covering approximately 6 square miles. 
The Hercules Police Department joined the Pink Patch Project in 2019  and will be donating the funds of this year's fundraising efforts to the American Breast Cancer Foundation. 
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The Hermosa Beach Police Department is located 20 miles South/West of Downtown Los Angeles in California. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of 20,000 residents as well as thousands more during the summer months.
The department has raised over $20,000.00 since joining the Pink Patch Project four years ago. We continue to be dedicated in raising funds for Breast Cancer Research in hopes that one day soon, a cure may be found. 
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Huntington Beach is a seaside city in Orange County in Southern California, located 35 miles southeast of Downtown Los Angeles.  The City has a population of approximately 200,000 residents and caters to more than 16 million beach visitors each year. The Huntington Beach Police Department joined the Pink Patch Project in 2017.  Their 2019 recipients are City of Hope and Michelle's Place Breast Cancer Resource Center. 
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The Irwindale Police Department is located in Los Angeles County, California and serves the city of Irwindale under the leadership of Chief Ty Henshaw. 
The department's Pink Patch Project centers on a vibrant pink version of our police uniform patch, which was specially designed for us by North Carolina-based Emblem Authority.  All of our police officers wear these pink patches on their regular police uniforms for the entire month of October each year during “Breast Cancer Awareness Month.” The pink patches are intended to stimulate conversation within the community and to encourage public awareness about the on-going fight against this disease and importance of early detection.  All funds raised through the sale of our pink patches support City of Hope. 
We are proud to say that the roots of the Pink Patch Project can be traced right back here to the Irwindale Police Department. In 2015, we took the concept of using pink patches to raise breast cancer awareness from the Seal Beach, California Police Department and we combined it with a large public outreach and fundraising campaign.  The “Pink Patch Project” banner was created by Irwindale Police Department that year and we raised over $20,000.00 for City of Hope during our first campaign.  Since then, we have raised over $50,000 additional dollars for breast cancer research and support and we have seen our original idea grow into a worldwide phenomenon!  
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The La Verne Police Department is located 30 miles east of Los Angeles in California. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of 33,000 residents covering 8.562 square miles. The department has raised over $8,000.00 since joining the Pink Patch Project three years ago. We have dedicated our fundraising efforts to City of Hope.
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The Laguna Beach Police Department is comprised of three divisions; Field Services, Support Services/Investigations, and Civilian Services. Field Services is overseen by Captain Jason Kravetz and Investigations and Support Services is overseen by Captain Jeff Calvert. Civilian Services Administrator Jim Beres oversees the Civilian Services Division. Under their leadership, officers and civilians within the Police Department handle the daily tasks necessary to operate the Department and provide a high level of service to the citizens and visitors of Laguna Beach.
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Founded in 1977, the Malibu Search & Rescue Team is an all volunteer organization comprised of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Reserve Deputy Sheriffs, a select few Civilian Volunteer Specialists and Incident Support Personnel. Team members volunteer their time and efforts to help others and the team does not charge for rescues. The Team is a unit of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and is also a member of the prestigious California region of the Mountain Rescue Association.
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The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner/Coroner services all of Los Angeles County.  The men and women of the department deal with tragedies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  They are acutely aware that life is a gift.  We join the Pink Patch Project to make a difference in our community.  100% of the profit will benefit City of Hope to continue their efforts to save lives.
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The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, is the nation's largest sheriff's department, with approximately 18,000 employees. The department's three main responsibilities entail providing patrol services for 153 unincorporated communities of Los Angeles County, California and 42 cities, providing courthouse security for the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, and the housing and transportation of inmates within the county jail system. 
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The Madera County Probation Department is located in the heart of California.  Our mission is to encourage postive change in the lives of offenders through Collaborative Partnerships, Evidence Based Practices, and Corrective Services.  As one component of a complex system of justice, we strive for excellence by providing innovative programming, protecting the citizens of Madera County from harm by criminal offenders, by discharging the duties assigned to us by California statutes, and recommending actions which offer the greatest potential for positive change for the offender, when potential for such change is seen to exist, without placing the citizens in harms way. 
This is Madera County Probation Department's first year participating in The Pink Patch Project. Our goal is to raise funds to donate to a local Breast Cancer Center.  Madera County Probation has entered the fight against Breast Cancer and seeking a cure.  We hope by wearing our Pink Patches we bring attention to the fight against breast cancer within our community and encourage our community to support breast cancer research in finding a cure.  
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Manhattan Beach is a beachfront city located 19 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles. The Manhattan Beach Police Department provides law enforcement services for a population of 36,000 residents covering 3.88 square miles.
The department is raising money for the Pink Patch Project which will be donated to Soroptimist International of Manhattan Beach for Breast Cancer Comfort Bags.
 
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McCormick Ambulance and its caregivers are proud supporters of the City of Hope, an all cancer treatment and research hospital. McCormick contributes 100% of the profits of its sales to the City of Hope.
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