Police Officers Participate in Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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The Oceanside Police Department, in partnership with the Oceanside Police Officers Association (OPOA), will be among several law enforcement agencies in Southern California who are adopting a unique shoulder patch for Breast Cancer Awareness month (October). The patches are available for purchase at the OPOA business office, which is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and is located at 4141 Avenida De La Plata in Oceanside. The cost is $10 per patch.

The OPOA will be donating all proceeds from patch sales to Shades of Pink Foundation, a local organization that supports breast cancer victims. For questions, please contact the Oceanside Police Officers Association at 760-945-9110.

Thank you to all who plan to participate in this endeavor.
Fred Armijo, Captain

Investigations Division

Oceanside Police Department

3855 Mission Avenue

Oceanside, CA 92058

760-435-4797

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