The Essex Fells Police Department is a 13 officer agency in Essex County New Jersey. In addition to raising awareness, sales of patches benefit the I Love You More Fund. This charity was established in memory of Dr. Jan Huston-Pryor who dedicated her life to providing state of the art diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. The fund seeks to remove any financial hurdles preventing woman from being diagnosed or trreated for breast disease.
The Hunterdon County Sheriff's Office is located in Flemington, NJ. The Sheriff’s Office provides security for the Hunterdon County Justice Center and its occupants. These include Superior Court judges, their staffs, other court personnel, the probation department, and the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office is also responsible for prisoner transportation to and from the Hunterdon County Correctional Facility, between counties within the state and from outside New Jersey. Prisoner transports are not only for Superior Court purposes, but also for municipal courts, extraditions, medical emergencies and appointments. Non-support and violation of probation warrant service is a significant function of the Office of the Sheriff, as is the service of domestic violence “temporary” and “final” restraining orders. Civil warrants, writs of execution, levies on and postings of property, and the sale of real property after foreclosure proceedings are functions that most people associate with the Sheriff. The Hunterdon County Sheriff’s Office is very active in many citizen programs, such as Project Lifesaver, Child I.D. Program, the Senior ID Program, and the Attorney ID Program, as well as many other service programs.
2020 is the first year the Hunterdon County Sheriff's Office and NJ FOP Lodge 94 are participating in the Pink Patch Project. 100% of the proceeds from our pink patch sales will benefit the Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center.
The Jefferson Township Police Department is located in Northwest New Jersey with a population of approximately 22,000. This is our first year participating in the Pink Patch Project, and we already have plans and designs under way for future years. This year, all of our officers will be wearing a pink version of our shoulder patch on both shoulders of their uniforms for the month of October. A tshirt has also been designed and will be sold on our website, Facebook page, and at various community services events throughout the year. We have designated the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center (part of Morristown Medical Center) as the recipient of 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the patches and tshirts.