For Immediate Release – Beginning October 1, 2017 the Tehama County Deputy Sheriff’s Association
(TCDSA) will begin selling Pink Tehama County Sheriff’s patches.
The “Pink Patch Project” began in 2015 with the Irwindale Police Department.
The Pink Patch Project is an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the
fight against breast cancer and to support cancer research organizations in combating this devastating
disease. It is a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs’ Association and
public safety agencies throughout the country and beyond. Originating in Southern California, it is
quickly becoming an international initiative.
City of Hope is a founding beneficiary of the Pink Patch Project in conjunction with the Irwindale Police
Department. We are a national leader in efforts to use genetic screening to empower women to take their
health into their own hands.
The Tehama County Deputy Sheriff’s Association is now selling our specially designed pink patches for
$10.00 each. You may purchase with cash or check- payable to The Tehama County Deputy Sheriff’s
Association. If mailing is required there is a $2.00 shipping and handling fee. The proceeds will be
going to a local cancer charity. Patches can also be purchased at the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office at
22840 Antelope Blvd, Red Bluff. If ordering by mail send a check or money order to:
Tehama County Deputy Sheriffs Association
Pink Patch Project
P.O. Box 1058
Red Bluff, California, CA 96080
Any questions about the project can be sent to the TCDSA Facebook page or emailed to Mark
Levindofske at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info on the Pink Patch Project, including a list of participating agencies go to: