Special Olympics of Arizona

Arizona law enforcement and the Prescott Police Department has a long and rich history supporting Special Olympics Arizona, most specifically the Law Enforcement Torch Run. It is through the hard work and dedication of police officers, deputies, corrections personnel, and non-sworn staff that funds are raised each year to allow Arizona Special Olympic athletes to compete in a variety of athletic events throughout the year. In 2013, all that hard work resulted in an amazing $1.2 million dollars being raised through the Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics Arizona.

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