State Police Sporting New License Plates in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and many people work hard every single day to put an end to breast cancer.
People stand up against cancer every day, whether they are battling it themselves, are a survivor, or even if they just want to help prevent it in the future. And the Maine State Police are no exception.
Today the Maine State Police will unveil a new license plate that will be displayed on its fleet to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The first State Police breast cancer awareness license plate was attached to a Maine State Police cruiser.
Colonel Robert Williams, Chief of the State Police said his department's cruisers will display the plate during the month of October.
The plates were purchased by the Maine State Police Trooper’s Association and will later be auctioned off as collector’s items by the Maine Cancer Foundation, with the proceeds benefiting three Maine cancer groups.