Bolivar Police Department Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness


Investigator Futrell, Chief Jones, and Mayor McTizic

Police Chief Michael Jones and the Bolivar Police Department will be rolling out in style throughout the month of October as they seek to heighten awareness and support survivors of breast cancer.


“The Bolivar Police Department is fully committed to improving its relationship with the citizens of Bolivar. While our primary focus is the safety and security of the people of Bolivar, we are much more than a law enforcement organization. We are partners in our community, and as such, we support our citizens in a variety of different ways. This vehicle is simply another mechanism to do that. By supporting breast cancer survivors and helping to heighten awareness of this devastating disease, we hope to have a positive impact on the health and well-being of the citizens we serve,” said Chief Michael Jones. Jones added, “We would like to thank Mrs. Dedi Wadley and Southern Designs for their precision work and attention to detail in getting the vehicle ready for the department.”


Mayor McTizic echoed Chief Jones’ sentiments adding, “I am proud of the innovative programs that the Bolivar Police Department has been implementing throughout the last year. They are reaching out to our community to improve communication, but, more importantly, they are building and fostering a relationship with the community. Through this campaign, they are adding another facet to their program with a concentrated focus on wellness and health.”

The vehicle will be driven throughout the community during October which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It will be also be available for display at community events in October, and is already scheduled for display during the Fire & Emergency Services Festival on October 12, 2019, at the Walmart Supercenter.


Anyone interested in requesting the vehicle for display at other events coming up in October may contact Chief Jones at the Bolivar Police Department at (731) 658-4284.



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