Pink Patch Project

Pink Quincy Police PatchThe Quincy Police Department is proud to join over 400 public safety agencies across the nation and support the Pink Patch Project (#PinkPatchProject). The Pink Patch Project is an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease.

It is estimated that approximately 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. This disease can have a profound impact on the patient and her loved ones. It is a disease however that can be effectively treated with surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy and chemotherapy.

The goal of this project is to increase education about the importance of early detection and prevention and to raise funds to further research, treatment, and care of those who are or have battled cancer. All proceeds from the sale of our pink patches will benefit a non-profit organization that assists in cancer treatment, research and/or education.  

During October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, uniformed personnel are allowed to replace the standard shoulder patch with the Quincy Police Pink Patch as a reminder of our commitment toward raising awareness among those we serve.

The commemorative Quincy Police Pink Patches are $10 each. We also sell sweatshirts, hoodies, adjustable baseball caps, knit hats, and more! To purchase any of our Pink Patch Project items, please visit our website by clicking here.

If you have any questions, please contact Sergeant Karyn Barkas at (617) 745-5890 or via email by clicking here.

2019: On November 12, 2019, Chief Keenan presented a check to Marisa's Mission for $11,865.

2018: On November 13, 2018, Chief Keenan presented a check to Marisa's Mission for $10,900.

2017:  On November 14, 2017, Chief Keenan presented a check to the Ellie Fund for $1,800.

2016: Chief Keenan presented a check to the Cancer Support community totaling $5,250.

2015: A check in the amount of $2,786 was mailed to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in New York.