York County Sheriff's Office partakes in "No Shave November"

Local deputies are putting down their razors and raising funds for a good cause in York County.

The York County Sheriff’s Office is taking part in their inaugural “No Shave November” campaign.

Deputies are growing out their facial hair all in the name of bringing awareness to cancer research.

The Sheriff’s Office says you might not recognize some of their officers towards the end of the month.

"We let the public know, because you get pulled over and he looks like Duck Dynasty, you want to make sure that they know this is a month long thing,” Trent Faris with the Sheriff’s Office said.

Here's how it works. Everyone pays $20. Then, that money goes towards Relay for Life - York County.

No surprise it became an instant hit, because of the current grooming guidelines employees have to follow.

“Male deputies can have a mustache… undercover guys can wear facial hair. Whether they do or not, it's allowed,” Faris said.

So far, the Sheriff's Office has raised more than a thousand dollars to the organization of their choice.

As for the female deputies,  they can also take part in supporting “No Shave November” by wearing pink shirts under their uniforms.

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