The Winters Police Department does not sell nor participate in the trading of our Department patch; however, we do offer for sale our collectible “Pink Patch” to support breast cancer awareness and research and our collectible “Blue Patch” to support autism awareness. Each Patch is available for $10.00
To purchase a Winters Police Department Breast Cancer Awareness "Pink Patch" or Autism Awareness "Blue Patch", please stop by the Public Safety Facility. Patches will also be available at upcoming community events while the limited supplies last.
Patches can also be purchased by mail with $10.00 check (Please indicate if you with to purchase a pink or blue patch on the memo line) and a self-addressed stamped envelope to the Winters Police Department Patch Project, 702 Main St. Winters, CA 95694.
Business owners who would like to partner with the Department as a patch purchase location or anyone with questions regarding these projects can contact the Department at email@example.com.
The Pink Patch Project is an effort by law enforcement agencies nationwide to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research (https://pinkpatchproject.com/). The Pink Patch Project was started by Irwindale Police Department in 2015 and the Winters Police Department has participated since October 2017.
The Winters Police Department Pink Patch is available to the public for $10.00 each and all proceeds go to the UC Davis Clinical Breast Cancer Program at the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center. Winters PD has raised and donated over $3,500 since the start of this program.
Starting April 2, 2022, “World Autism Awareness Day 2022,” the Winters Police Department is pleased to announce a limited run of our new autism awareness “Blue Patch” will be offered for sale to the public in support of National Autism Awareness Month. The Winters Police Department Autism Awareness Blue Patch may also be worn by Winters Police Officers throughout April, “Autism Awareness Month.”
The patch was designed working collaboratively with Sacramento Autistic Spectrum and Special Needs Alliance (SASSNA) and is intended to heighten public awareness about autism. The Blue Patch Project is intended to stimulate conversation with the community and to encourage public awareness about autism. The color blue was used as it is associated with a calm feeling and acceptance in an otherwise loud and busy world for people on the spectrum and the infinity symbol inspires thoughts of inclusivity for people on the spectrum.
The Winters Police Department Blue Patch will be available to the public for $10.00 each and all proceeds will be donated the Sacramento Autistic Spectrum and Special Needs Alliance (SASSNA), which offers comprehensive services needed to assist families with mentally diverse children.