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 $9,500 for the Penn Medicine Lancaster General Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breast Health.
The 2020 LBPD Pink Patch was redesigned for this year’s campaign.  The Patch’s park scene was brought to life with vibrant colors, including the sidewalks which were made Pink.  The background was also updated with subdued awareness ribbons integrated into the design. 
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Lower Allen Township Police Department

The Lower Allen Township Police Department has an authorized sworn compliment of 23 officers.  The department has a coverage area of approximately 10.5 square miles with a resident population of over 18,000 and handles in excess of 14,000 calls for service annually.  Lower Allen Township is a suburb west of Harrisburg, the State Capital and a crossroads for several interstate highways serving Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia areas.
 
The year of 2020 is the first year that the department will be participating in the Pink Patch Project. All proceeds will be donated to the organization, Pink Hands of Hope, located locally in Mechanicsburg, PA. 
 
Pink Hands of Hope is a non-profit 501(c)3 dedicated to helping women in Central Pennsylvania during their fight with breast cancer. Pink Hands of Hope supplies free products and services to help make the journey a little easier. 
 
The Lower Allen Township Police Department also participates in "No Shave November" as well as "Nifty Nails November". The money raised from this is also donated to Pink Hands of Hope.
 
Patches will be available October 1st, 2020 and can be purchased at the Lower Allen Township Police Station or by mail with the order form at the link below. Patches are being sold for $10 per patch. 
 
http://www.latwp.org/?p=15978 
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Mechanicsburg Police Department

The Mechanicsburg Police Department is located in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Our borough is located approximately 8 miles west of Harrisburg, the state Capital. The department has a sworn staff of 15. The Borough of Mechanicsburg was incorporated in 1828. The Borough had a population of over 8,000 residents as of the 2010 census.   
2020 is the first year the police department is participating with the Pink Patch Project. We are raising funds for Pink Hands of Hope. Pink Hands of Hope is a non-profit 501(c)3 dedicated to helping women in Central Pennsylvania during their fight with breast cancer. They provide free products and services to try to help make the journey a little easier. They offer wigs, caps, clothing, shawls, knitted knockers, and many other items at no cost. Pink Hands of Hope also offers service, such as free hair and make up make-overs when patients are in remission, assistance with medical bill payment, gift help during the holidays and much more. www.pinkshandsofhope.org 
Our agency is joining with other law enforcement agencies in Cumberland County, raising funds and donating proceeds to Pink Hands of Hope. The department will continue raising funds in the month of November as well. Those funds will also go to Pink Hands of Hope. 
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Mount Joy Borough Police Department

The Mount Joy Borough Police Department is located at 21 East Main Street, Mount Joy, Pa 17552. The police department this year is selling pink patches to help raise breast cancer awareness and help raise money towards the Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breast Health, here in Lancaster County! This is the second year in a row our police department is selling patches to help raise awareness. 
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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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