The Pink Patch Project originated in 2013 with the Seal Beach Police Department in Southern California who wore pink patches on their uniforms during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Today, the program has expanded to several hundred partner agencies throughout the world and includes partners from police, sheriff, fire, EMS and federal departments worldwide.
The Marysville Police Department joined the Pink Patch Project in August of 2017. Officers are given the opportunity to show their support by wearing pink patches and insignias during the month of October.
In 2018, Chief Sachs was invited to attend a photo session in Hollywood with other CA agencies. Chief Sachs, Lieutenant Barber, Sergeant Magana and Sergeant Culver took a road trip to Hollywood!
If you would like to purchase a Marysville Police pink patch from the MPOA, email Kristina at . The patches are $10.00 each.