Westminster PD Raises over $2k during Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Westminster PD Raises over $2k during Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

During the month of October, Westminster Police Department (WPD) traded in their blue shoulder patches for pink to mark the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The department invited residents and visitors to join officers in supporting women’s health and public safety personnel through the Pink Patch Project, a campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support cancer research.

“It’s an awesome program and it’s an awesome thing to do,” said Kellee Wells, WPD property and evidence technician. “It’s amazing to see how many other agencies jumped on board and not just in California, but across the nation with the pink patches.”

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