Westfield Police Dept. participates in No-Shave November


Once again, the Westfield Police Dept. will participate in No-Shave November for charity.

Officers can grow a beard and still come to work during the month of November for a minimum donation of $30. Regular grooming policies go back into effect Dec. 1.

Funds raised will go toward the American Cancer Society via the city’s Relay for Life team, Shamrockin’ for a Cure. In a press release, the department states its goal as each officer raising an additional $70 each for a department-wide goal of $2,500. Female officers are able to wear a ribbon pin on their uniform to participate.

Pictures and updates throughout the journey will be available on the department’s Facebook page. Donations from the public are asked to be made via check, made payable to Relay for Life or American Cancer Society with Shamrockin’ for a Cure written in the notes. If the money is donated toward a favorite officer’s goal, also write that officer’s name in the notes.

For more or those with questions, contact Sgt. Billy Adams at badams@westfield.in.gov.


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