Redding Police and getting into the pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As part of the campaign, an RPD patrol vehicle is sporting pink. It’s an effort the department is proud to support, and in previous years there hasn’t been a problem with the pink vehicles being taken seriously by the public. The unveiling will occur at 9 O’clock Wednesday morning at Signarama on Caterpillar Road. The wrap temporary and can be peeled off at the end of the month. Signarama is providing the materials and labor for free. Signarama is also donating pink patches representing Redding and Anderson Police, Redding Fire, the Sheriff’s Office, the District Attorney’s Office and the Probation Department. They can be purchased for $10 each or $50 for the set, and are available in the lobby of each department. Other Think Pink activities this week include a walk/run at the Sundial Bridge this Saturday morning at 8:30AM and a Think Pink car show at the Elks Lodge on Sunday. Details are on the Think Pink Facebook Page. Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer and will affect one in 8 women. However it’s also one of the most treatable and with early detection it has a survival rate of around 98%.