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North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics honors outstanding individuals and agencies with awards

The North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics recently presented state-level awards to outstanding individuals and law enforcement agencies that support Special Olympics in North Carolina at the 2017 Torch Run conference in Pinehurst, according to Claudia Morgan, co-director of the Torch Run and officer with the Winston-Salem Police Department.    Law Enforcement […]

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NC Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics kicks off 2017 fundraising & awareness campaign

The North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch for Special Olympics kicked off its 2017 campaign of raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics North Carolina during an annual conference held in Pinehurst.   NC Law Enforcement Torch Run Co-Directors DK Jones, retired from the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office, and Claudia Morgan of the Winston-Salem Police Department presided […]

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Looking forward to 2017

Greetings Fellow Law Enforcement officers, On behalf of the NC Law Enforcement Torch Run Council, we would like to personally thank each of you for becoming involved in the 2016 Torch Run campaign to help raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics North Carolina.  We enter the New Year with great momentum from 2016 when […]

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Statewide Law Enforcement Torch Run Relay Converges on Raleigh as Officers Run the “Flame of Hope” Along City Streets

5/25/16 What:     Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics North Carolina converges on Raleigh for the 2016 Special Olympics North Carolina Summer Games. When & Where: Thursday, June 2    (Good photo opportunities to see torches converge on Raleigh) Durham Run: Officers will start the run at 8:30 a.m. from the Durham Police Department at 505 […]

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Haywood County Deputy Daniel Blagg Selected to Carry the Flame of Hope as part of Final Leg Torch Run Team for 2017 Special Olympics World Games

Flame serves as beacon of inspiration to thousands during Law Enforcement Torch Run to Austria 4/19/16 Raleigh,NC – Special Olympics North Carolina is proud to announce that Deputy Daniel Blagg of the Haywood County Sheriff’s Office in Waynesville, NC, has been selected as North Carolina’s only law enforcement official to the Final Leg team that will […]

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LETR Officer Spotlight: Sgt. Melanie Martin

Sgt. Melanie Martin is dedicated. She’s dedicated to her job at the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office where she is quick to support co-workers and assist wherever possible.  She’s dedicated to the NC Law Enforcement Torch Run both in her community and statewide.  That dedication was rewarded when Sgt. Martin was recognized as a 2015 Cleveland […]

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NC Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Kicks Off 2016 Fundraising & Awareness Campaign

2/16/16 (Raleigh, NC) – The North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run (NCLETR) for Special Olympics has kicked off its 2016 campaign of raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics North Carolina. “In 2015, law enforcement agencies from throughout North Carolina raised $1.2 million for Special Olympics North Carolina and our goal in 2016 is to […]

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North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Announces State-level Awards

Winston-Salem Police Department is the top fundraising agency of 2015 2.8.2016 Raleigh, N.C. — The North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics presented state-level awards to outstanding individuals and law enforcement agencies that support Special Olympics in North Carolina at the 2016 NC Law Enforcement Torch Run Kickoff Conference in Kernersville Jan. 29. […]

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