Bolton Police Department
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.
A limited number of BPD pink patches are available for purchase by members of the public, for $10 each, through the month of October or until they’re sold out. If you’d like to purchase a patch, here’s how:
To receive by Mail – In an enclosed envelope labelled “Pink Patch Project”, include cash or check and a self-addressed stamped standard business size envelope. These may be placed at any time in the locked document drop-off box in the front vestibule of the Bolton Public Safety Building.
Checks may be made out to Bolton Police Union L286. Please write “Pink Patch Project” in the note section. No more than 4 patches can be mailed per envelope.
Purchasing In Person – Stop by at the front lobby of the Bolton Police Station on the below dates/times, and volunteers from the Bolton Police Union will be present to assist
Sat. 10/5 from 9 AM – 11AM
Sun. 10/6 from 10 AM – 12 noon
Sat. 10/12 from 1 PM – 3 PM
15 Wattaquadock Hill Road
Ofc. Maryann Kinirey