San Diego Parole Agents, RJD staff participate in Special Olympics torch run

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By the CDCR Division of Adult Parole Operations

San Diego DAPO Parole Agents along with Richard J. Donovan Correctional staff recently participated in The Southern California’s Law Enforcement Opening Ceremonies and Torch Run to increase awareness and raise funds for Special Olympics.

The event has raised more than $500 million since its inception in 1981. Special Olympics Southern California’s Torch run is one of the leading programs in the world, raising more than $1.5 million in 2016 with participants representing 300 law enforcement agencies.

All Special Olympics programs are free to the athletes and their families.  If you are interested in donating or participating as a volunteer to an upcoming event (Tip-A-COP, Polar Plunge) go to www.sosc.org/LETR.

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This year marks a decade of Parole Agent participation in both the Torch Run, Tip a COP fundraiser and have volunteered at this sporting event.

Congratulations to all of The California State Parole Agents who volunteer and participate in this community event.

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