Community Involvement

2022 Special Olympics Torch Run is June 20

Two men light a cauldron at the end of the Special Olympics Torch Run.
The cauldron is lit at the State Capitol, kicking off the 2021 Special Olympics Summer Games. (Photo by Clarissa Resultan.)

The 2022 Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) for Special Olympics hits the streets June 20. Teams from CDCR and CCHCS will gather at 10 a.m. at the West Steps of the Capitol in Sacramento for the run’s closing ceremonies.

The Division of Adult Institutions Headquarters team leads the CDCR pack, raising over $5,200. Meanwhile, the Division of Adult Parole Operations raised over $1,500 and Reception Center Mission and Classification Services Unit raised over $600 each.

Other teams in the running for the 2022 Special Olympics Torch Run:

  • Female Offender Programs and Services/Contract Beds Unit
  • Case Records Services
  • and the Office of Labor Relations.

All donated funds benefit the Special Olympics Northern California

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