The Ashby Police Patrolmans Association is excited to join the Pink Patch Project in 2019. Officers will be wearing the pink patches and pink badges to help raise awareness about breast cancer and the importance of early detection and treatment. This innovative public awareness campaign will help generate conversation and garner support for all our pink warriors out there!
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The Auburn Police Department is located in Central Massachusetts and employs forty full time police officers, including the Chief of Police.  We have been involved with the Pink Patch Project for three years and are proud to have been one of the original agencies that brought the idea to our region after learning about it through the social media of other departments in Massachusetts.
For the third year in a row, we are partnering with the Adam Bullen Memorial Foundation to try and make a difference on a local, family level.
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The Belmont 9-1-1 Joint Public Safety Communications handles 911, police, fire, EMS emergency communications. The department also handles after ours calls for all other town services after hours. 
We are excited to join the pink patch project, and hope to make this an annual fundraising event for years to come. Emergency communications personal have been authorized to wear these patches on the thier uniforms for the month of October.  
We have dedicated this year's fundraising to one of our police lieutenants, who is fighting her battle right now. We will be making our donation to the Ellie Fund www.elliefund.org
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and officers of the Bolton Police Department are proudly taking part in the @pinkpatchproject to show their support, wearing specially designed pink BPD patches on their uniform sleeves throughout the month. Members of the Bolton Police Union will be volunteering their time and selling patches to help support breast cancer education, prevention, treatment and research efforts. All proceeds from the sale of these patches will be donated to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute - Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers.
 
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The Department of Safety Services, including Emergency Management and the Boston School Police, was formed in order to help create and maintain a safe and welcoming environment in all school buildings. Safety Services was developed in the late 1970’s and the Emergency Management component followed in the mid 1980’s to address the dynamic safety climate throughout the world. 
Who We Are
We are comprised of an Executive Director, Director, Chief and Assistant Chief of Boston School Police(BSP), 75 BSP Officers, and one essential administrative coordinator. Our officers in school buildings function as Special Officers with powers authorized by Rule 400a, governed by the Boston Police Department. The Director is responsible for emergency management to include: oversight of school safety plans, emergency drills, and general building safety
What We Do
We are a proactive organization enjoying the support of the Superintendent and school communities who recognize the important role Boston School Police(BSP) plays in supporting the safety and advancement of our students. The goal of the safety services team is to provide and maintain a safe learning environment for students and staff through daily communication and collaboration with school leaders, staff, families and partners. Our team is committed to ensuring a safe school community in partnership with other BPS departments, local law enforcement and municipal agencies, non-profit community based organizations, faith-based organizations, and residential and business communities.
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The Cambridge Police Patrol Officers Association (www.facebook.com/CPPOA1969) and Cambridge Police Superior Officers Association are spearheading the entry of the Cambridge Police Department (www.cambridgepolice.org) into the Pink Patch Project in 2019.  The CPPOA & CPSOA are excited to join the Pink Patch Project in raising awareness about breast cancer and the importance of early detection and treatment as well as helping to raise funds for cancer research, treatment and education.
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The Town of Charlton is located in south-central Massachusetts. The department provides law enforcement for a population of 14,000 residents covering an area of 44 square miles.
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The Clark University Police Department’s goal is to help create an exceptionally safe, secure campus for students and faculty to focus intently on excellent academics, research and public service.
2019 Will be CUPD's first year involved with the Pink Patch Project, our goal this year is to donate the sale of patches to Dana Farber in Boston, MA.
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