The Issaquah Police Department (IPD) have released their annual promotional uniform patch as part of the Pink Patch Project.
The patch can be purchased for $10 by visiting the police station (130 E Sunset Way) or at upcoming events including Salmon Days.
As always, the proceeds will be donated to charity. This year, they have partnered with Footprints of Fight, a local charity involved in supporting families who have children that have been diagnosed with cancer. Learn more about Footprints of Fight.
As part of the Pink Patch Project, during the month of October IPD officers, along with officers from 300 other cities across the nation, wear a version of their uniform patch in pink hues to support breast cancer awareness. To find out more about this collaborative effort by public safety officials, please visit www.pinkpatchproject.com or follow the project on Facebook and Twitter.
Pick up your patch and raise awareness by tweeting a photo of you with your patch to the city with the hashtag #PinkPatchProject.