You may notice Findlay police officers sporting more and more facial hair as the month of November progresses.
Findlay police officer Brian White says officers will be participating in “No Shave November” and raising money for the organization Blue H.E.L.P., which assists officers and their families with issues of mental health and suicide.
He says if officers donate one dollar a day to the organization Blue H.E.L.P., they don’t have to shave.
Typically, the department’s uniform policy dictates that on duty officers may only sport a mustache but for “No Shave November” anything goes.
The police department will be posting pictures during the month and people can vote on their favorite.
Learn more about Blue H.E.L.P. by clicking here.
You may start seeing more furry faces around the police department. Sadly no, not more K9s. Officers are being granted leniency for “No Shave November” with a financial contribution of one dollar per day to Blue Help.
See here for more information on https://t.co/7sUMqYw4QY.
— FindlayPoliceDept (@FindlayPolice) October 26, 2020