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Oceanside Police Officers Participate in Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Oceanside CA— 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 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 California, a local organization that supports breast cancer victims.

For questions, please contact the Oceanside Police Officers Association at 760-945-9110 or their website at OPOAfoundation.org.

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