Look for pink instead of blue lines on four marked Sandy Springs police cars as the department participates in a breast cancer awareness campaign this October.
“Breast cancer has touched many within the community as well as within our police family,” Chief Ken DeSimone said. “The addition of the pink stripe is the department’s way of letting those affected families know that they have our support.”
Because October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, the blue line known in the law enforcement community for its commemoration of fallen officers will be traded for a pink one, the department said in a press release. Pink honors those who have battled or are battling breast cancer.