Fairfield Police Foundation Opens On-Line Store to Show Support for Fairfield Officers

Fairfield (NJ) The Fairfield Police Department Foundation is happy to announce the opening of its first ever, on-line apparel store so that members of the public can show their support for their Fairfield Police Department’s law enforcement officers. The store, which is currently open, will remain so until December 1, 2019. During that time, anyone can place an order for any item(s) found in the store. After December 1st, all orders will be produced and then shipped to each customer, arriving well before Christmas Day.

Every other month or so throughout the year, the store will be opened for about a month at a time and will work the same way. During each of these times, the store will not only display its regular sale items but will very often feature specialty items during specific times of the year. For example, leading up to National Police Week in May, the store will feature police unity tour and thin blue line items. The same will be true in October and November with breast cancer and veteran items.

“For so long now, members of the public have been asking me and other officers where they could obtain Fairfield police items to show their support of us and all of law enforcement. This on-line store that the police foundation is overseeing provides for that. Larger police departments like the NYPD and NJSP have stores that promote their agencies in the community and now so does the Fairfield Police Department. Many of the items in the store would make excellent holiday gifts. We hope it becomes a big success” said Chief Anthony G. Manna.

A portion of the proceeds for each item sold will directly go to the Fairfield Police Foundation for community policing events.

Anyone interested in shopping at the Fairfield Police Foundation’s on line store can visit the Fairfield Police Department’s website, Fairfield Police Department Facebook page or can go to the store using the following link: https://pateamstores.com/collections/fairfield-police

Authorized by: Chief Anthony Manna

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