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Beverly Hills Police Department
Thursday November 30th, 2017 :: 10:39 a.m. PST

MEDIA RELEASE - BHPD Participates in Movember

The Beverly Hills Police Department is pleased to announce its support of Movember.

For over a decade, men across the United States have been challenged to grow mustaches during the month of November to generate awareness and promote fundraising for men’s health projects. As such, the month of November has been coined “Movember”.

In anticipation of this year’s Movember, Beverly Hills Police Officer David Leber, developed a fundraising campaign within the Department. For the month of November, the Police Department has loosened its restrictions on facial hair for uniformed officers. Officers are permitted to grow longer mustaches or goatees with their donation to the Prostate Cancer Foundation.

Many Beverly Hills Police Department employees participated in the campaign and have collectively donated over $2,300 to the Foundation this month.

Officer Leber was inspired to raise funds for the Foundation and bring more awareness to prostate cancer in honor of his father who is a recent prostate cancer survivor.

“I wanted to do something to bring more awareness to prostate cancer. The cause is near and dear to me because of my father,” said Officer David Leber.

The Department recognizes and remembers the survivors and those we have lost to prostate cancer.

Beverly Hills Police Department
464 N. Rexford Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 310-550-4951

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