Burien, WA is a city located just a few miles south of Seattle.  We are home to over 50,000 residents that enjoy our great outdoor spaces and restaurants.  The Burien Police Department consists of 44 officers and several civilian staff members, focused on providing exceptional service to our community.  The chief is Theodore Boe, whose wife is a survivor thanks in part to the exceptional care at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA). 
Proceeds from the sale of our patches will benefit the SCCA as they strive to "Lead the work in translating scientific discovery into the prevention, dianosis, treatment and cure of cancer."
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Located just off U.S. Highway 395 in sunny southeastern Washington, historic Connell embodies the best of small town America. With a population of 5,500, this vibrant, progressive community offers a quality of life that is rare today. It’s a place where people know their neighbors, where no one is a stranger, and where the whole community comes out to support the local schools & athletic programs.
Connell Police Department is excited to be part of this project and proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society.
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The Cosmopolis Police Department is located along the scenic US Highway 101 in southwest Washington in Grays Harbor County.  The Cosmopolis Police Department provides law enforcement services for a population of 1,547 people and borders the city of Aberdeen and then Hoquiam (populations of 16,462 and 8,500.  
The Cosmopolis Police Department started the Pink Patch Project last year and we were surprised with the wonderful response!  
Officer Tarnowski will be participating in our yearly competition amongst the area law enforcement again this year to raise money for breast cancer awareness!  
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The City of Issaquah is situated in the foothills of the Cascade mountains just east of Seattle and serves a population of 35,000 residents.  Nicknamed Trailhead City, Issaquah is a common destination for recreation seekers, including hikers, boaters and paragliders.  The police department is comprised of forty sworn personnel, fourteen corrections officers eleven dispatchers, and four records staff.  
This year's patch features the return of the Sasquatch.  The City of Issaquah uses the Sasquatch in the #LegendaryIssaquah marketing campaign and the Sasquatch is a frequent visitor and contributor to city events.  
The proceeds from the Pink Patch campaign benefit Footprints of Fight (www.footprintsoffight.org).  Footprints of Fight offers services to families who are starting or in the midst of treatment for pediatric cancer.  
Questions can be directed to Sgt Ryan Raulerson at ryanr@issaquahwa.gov
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The Lake Forest Park Police Department borders the northend of Seattle. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of over 13,000 residents.  The police department joined the pink patch project last year and it was a great success.  We raised over $1000. We are dedicating this year's fundraising to Cancer Lifeline. 
Patches (Limited Quanity) can be purchased for $10 at the front counter of the Police Department or by sending a check or money order made out to: 
Chief Mike Harden
Attn: Pink Patches
17425 Ballinger Way NE
Lake Forest Park. WA 98155
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Normandy Park is a beautiful waterfront community located along the shores of Puget Sound in King County, with convenient access to downtown Seattle and the SeaTac International Airport. With approximately 7,000 residents and covering an area of about 2.5 square miles, the community places its highest priorities on maintaining and enhancing its quiet pedestrian-friendly setting and providing a healthy and safe environment in which residents can raise their families.  
The Police Department has 10 commissioned Officers and two civillian personnel.  
This is the department's first year with the Pink Patch Project.  All Proceeds will be donated to charity.
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The Pasco Fire Department is located in Southeast Washington State, in the Columbia River Basin.  The department provides fire/rescue and emergency medical services to a population of 75,000.  The City of Pasco is 33 square miles with over 4 miles of shoreline along the COlumbia River.  We are the largest city in Franklin County and 16th largest in the state.  Local 1433 is proud to currently represent 75 professional firefighters, and join others across the world to support Cancer treatment, research and prevention.
 
The Pasco Fire Department is proud to be the first fire service agency to join the Pink Patch Project from Washington State.  We are joining with the Pasco Police Department in raising funds for the Tri-Cities Cancer Center.  TCCC provides treatment, education and support services throughout the Southeast Washington and Northeast Oregon area.
 
We ask those those that have a patch, use the hashtag of #PascoFireWAPinkPatch to show the wide reach of connections, and where our patches are traveling!
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The Pasco Police Department is located in Southeast Washingotn State, in the Columbia River Basin.  The department provides law enforcement services to a population over 75,000, in a city covering over 33 square miles, along with over 4 miles of shoreline along the Columbia River.  We are the largest city in Franklin County and the 16th largest in the state.
We were the first Washington agency to join the Pink Patch Project in 2017, and have raised over $5,000 for our local cancer agencies.  Yearly we partner with the Tri-Cities Cancer Center who provide treatment, education and support to the extended areas of Southeast Washington and Northeast Oregon.
 
We have committed to supporting the fight against various cancer types.  In 2017 we began our patches with pink ribbons for breast cancer, 2018 we used a pink/pink ribbon combination for breast and pancreatic cancers along with caregivers and survivors.  In 2019 we will have a pink/gold ribbon combination for breast cancer and childhood cancers.
 
We ask those who have a patch in their social media posts to use the hashtag of #PascoWAPinkPatch to show the wide reach of our network and display whre our patches are traveling!
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The City of Ridgefield is the fastest growing City in the State of Washington. The Ridgefield Police Department is a small agency, comprised of 11 sworn members and 1 civilian staff. This is our second year participating in the pink patch project and we have chosen to donate all the proceeds from the sale of our pink patches to our local  Pink Lemonade Project. The Pink Patch Project is dear to our hearts because several friends and family close to our Officers have been impacted by breast cancer.
Every year we design a new and unique breast cancer patch, specifically for the month of October. These patches are limited edition and only a certain number of patches are created each year. 
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