Lititz Borough Police Department

The Lititz Borough Police Department is located in Lancaster County in South Central Pennsylvania.  We provide full time police services for the Borough which is about 2.3 square miles and has approximately 9,500 residents. 
The LBPD was the 107th Department to join the Pink Patch Project back in 2017.  Since then we have raised over $6,700 for the Penn Medicine Lancaster General Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breast Health.
The theme of this year’s campaign is “giving cancer no place to hide” and centers on a vibrant pink camouflage version of our police uniform patch.  The 2019 LBPD Pink Patch was redesigned to coincide with our theme.  The Patch’s park scene was muted in gray scale and a specially designed pink camouflage was added as a background.  We understand that early detection is the key in winning the fight against this devastating disease, which is why we’ve again partnered the Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breast Health.  The Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breast Health is a state-of-the-art facility that provides patients with convenient, coordinated access to a wide range of breast health and imaging resources, including 3D mammograms so Doctors can “see it, before you feel it.”   With all the advancement in imaging services, Cancer no longer has a place to hide!
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Mount Joy borough

The mount Joy borough police department is located right outside of Lancaster city, in Lancaster County. We, along with multiple other agencies in Lancaster County are raising money for the Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breast cancer. 
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Mount Joy Police Department

We are a smaller department with 13 Officer's. We cover 3.5 square miles with a population of around 10,000 residents. this is our first year doing Pink Patch and look to expand in the future for more options to buy and support the pink patch!
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West Hempfield Township Police Department

 
The West Hempfield Township Police Department is located in Lancaster County, PA. The department was established by resolution by the West Hempfield Township Board of Supervisors on September 6, 1960. The Department provides 24-hour full law enforcement services to the residents of West Hempfield Township, as well as Mountville Borough.
Under the direction of Chief Lisa Layden, the police department employs 21 full-time police officers and 2 administrative personnel. Officers include the Chief of Police, 5 Sergeants, 1 Corporal, 1 Detective and 13 Patrol Officers. Several department officers are assigned to various county task forces and teams to include Lancaster County S.E.R.T, Major Crimes Unit, Forensics Unit, Crisis Intervention, and the Regional Crash Scene Investigative Unit. The West Hempfield Township Police Department prides itself in being responsive to the needs of the public it serves as well as being a proactive law enforcement agency.
This will be the first year the West Hempfield Township Police department is participating in the #PinkPatchProject. We, along with multiple agencies in Lancaster County are raising money for the Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breath Health. We Look forward to participating and look to expand in the future for more options to buy and support the Pink Patch Project.
 
 
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