The North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run Council is organized for the purpose of managing, promoting, planning, coordinating and growing NCLETR activities throughout the state of North Carolina to accomplish the stated purpose of the NC Law Enforcement Torch Run.
Any member of a law enforcement or corrections agency – active or retired, sworn or non-sworn – may be a member of the NCLETR Council. The term of service is two years with no term limit.
Membership is voluntary and members may serve as long as they are qualified to do so. Council members are appointed by the Torch Run State Director(s).
2019 Council Membership
|Cam Selvey||Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department||Torch Run Co-State Director|
|Robert Spatorico||Fayetteville Police Department||Torch Run Co-State Director|
|Dennis Mecum||Randolph Correctional Center||Regional Coordinator- Corrections|
|Lee Lanier||High Point Police Department|
|Lester Lowe||Methodist University Campus Police|
|Bill Davis||NC State University Campus Police|
|Joey Best||Apex Police Department|
|Claudia Morgan||Winston-Salem Police Department|
|Sherry Bruscino||Greensboro Police Department|
|Jennifer Osborn||Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office|
|Keith “DK” Jones||Guilford County Sheriff’s Office|
|Ryan Jackson||Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department|
|Jeremy Parks||Davidson County Sheriff’s Office|
|Jonathan Todd||Davidson County Sheriff’s Office|
|Dustin Edmondson||Special Olympics Guilford/Greensboro||Athlete Ambassador|
|Robin Callaway||Special Olympics Mecklenburg County||Athlete Ambassador|
|Casey Phillips||Special Olympics Wake County||Athlete Ambassador|
|Stephanie Wilkerson||Davidson County||Athlete Ambassador|
The LETR committee meets quarterly and is guided by a set of procedures.