The Smithfield Police Department, along with the Smithfield Fraternal Order of Police – Lodge #17, have created a Smithfield Police Breast Cancer Awareness Patch.
During the month of October, members of the Smithfield Police will have the option of wearing this alternate patch on their uniforms. The Breast Cancer Awareness patch is available to the public for $10.00 each, and all proceeds from patch sales will be donated to the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation (www.gloriagemma.org).
If you would like to purchase the Smithfield Police Breast Cancer Awareness patch, go to the Smithfield FOP Lodge #17 Square Store (http://smithfield-fraternal-order-of-police—lodge-no-17.square.site), which takes payment in the form of credit cards, debit cards, Apple Pay, and Google Pay. Patches are $10 each. A $1.00 shipping and handling fee per patch will be added to online orders.
Patches can also be purchased in person from a member of the Smithfield Fraternal Order of Police at the Smithfield Police Department, Monday through Friday, 8am-4pm, in the form of cash only. Please ask for Sergeant Jason Corser or Detective Ryan Perry to assist you with your purchase.