Law enforcement in Odessa, Texas sported hot pink badges this month when putting away criminals.
Police from the Ector County Sheriff’s Office paid for the badges out of pocket in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
A spokesperson for ECSO said its officers are proud to show off their support and that feedback from the community has been terrific.
When asked if pink firearms lay in store for next October, the Ector County Sheriff’s Office said the gesture would be a little more costly, "but never say never."
According to the Centers for Disease, roughly 20 out of 100,000 women in Texas die due to breast cancer each year.
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