Redmond Police Department Supports Pink Patch Project

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Redmond Police Department Supports Pink Patch Project

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Redmond Police Department (RPD) joins law enforcement agencies across the nation for the Pink Patch Project, a campaign that promotes public awareness in the fight against breast cancer. This effort coincides with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

In support, Mayor Angela Birney proclaimed October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Redmond and encourages everyone to observe this month by raising awareness, supporting those who have been impacted by a breast cancer diagnosis, maintaining regular screenings, and contributing to the efforts to find a cure.

To honor those fighting breast cancer, Redmond officers and professional staff have the option to wear pink versions of the Redmond PD patch throughout the month. This is the second year RPD has participated.

“We are proud to participate in this worthy project to support and honor breast cancer survivors, those who are fighting, and those who have lost their lives to breast cancer,” said Captain Tim Gately.

Pink RPD patches are available for purchase by members of the public either online or at the police department from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. RPD is located at 8701 160th Ave. NE in Redmond.

All proceeds from sales of the patches will go to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance to benefit research and treatment of breast cancer.

Shoulder patches ($10), hat patches ($5) and lapel pins ($5) can be purchased with checks or money orders payable to the Redmond Police Foundation. Send payment to Redmond Police Department, Attn: Sheryl Mullen, P.O. Box 98010, Redmond, WA 98073. Please specify the desired items and a valid mailing address. 

Please visit for more information and to order online.


Media contact: Jill Green, RPD Public Information Officer, 425-556-2627,


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