Canaan Police Department

Located in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire, the Canaan Police Department serves approximately 4,000 residents.  The police department is comprised of six full time police officers and an administrative assistant.  
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Claremont, NH Police Department

 The Claremont Police Association is pleased to announce our first year joining the Pink Patch Project.
The Claremont, NH Police Department is located 55 Miles west of Concord NH. Our agency provides Law Enforcement services for a population of around 13,000 residents covering 44 square miles. All proceeds from the Claremont Police Association’s pink patch project are donated to the Norris Cotton Cancer Center located at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH. 
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Exeter Police Department

This is the first year of the Exeter Police joining the Pink Patch Project to bring awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  
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New Hampshire State Police

New Hampshire State Police has partnered with the New Hampshire Trooper's Association to create a collector's special edition "Breast Cancer Awareness" patch to show support for those who survived, those still fightining and those who lost their life.  Patches will be available during the month of October through mail orders for $10 and a portion of the proceeds will be donated for cancer research and treatment.
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Seabrook Police Department

The Seabrook Police Department is located on the New Hampshire seacoast approximately one hour north of Boston.  We serve approximately 9,000 residents and 250 businesses.  During the busy summer months our population grows by thousands as people flock to NH beaches.
We have traditionally tried to raise awareness for breast cancer and breast cancer research through social media and wearing pink mourning bands during the month of October.  This is our first time participating in the Pink Patch Project.  
Several of our officers have family or friends who have been impacted by this disease.  We ask that you please donate to Susan G. Komen at or to the breast cancer charity of your choice.
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