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SDSO Joins Pink Patch Project

San Diego County CA— The Sheriff’s Department is going pink. During the month of October, deputies have the option of wearing a pink version of their uniform patch. The patches are a great way to spark a conversation with the public and bring attention to the fight against breast cancer.

The #PinkPatchProject started with the Seal Beach Police Department in Orange County in 2013 and is now a nationwide effort with more than 180 law enforcement agencies participating. This is the first time the Sheriff’s Department has taken part in this public awareness campaign.

No county funds were used to purchase pink patches. Deputies donated their money to get the patches for their uniforms.

The commemorative patches are available to the public for ten dollars each during business hours at the Deputy Sheriff’s Association store located 13881 Danielson Street in Poway. Call (858) 486-9009 for more information.