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Law Enforcement Torch Run Campaign for Special Olympics Washington

The LETR Campaign began in Washington State in 1982. In addition to the thousands of miles law enforcement personnel has traveled with the “Flame of Hope” to the Opening Ceremonies of the Summer Games; hundreds of thousands of dollars have been raised each year for local Special Olympics athletes.

Over 2,000 individuals including, chiefs, sheriffs, officers, sheriffs, deputies, military personnel, and other law enforcement personnel from virtually every branch of federal, state, county and municipal law enforcement, represent over 97 different agencies.

Funds are generated through the sale of the popular LETR Campaign T-shirts and through various annual activities such as: Polar Plunges, Tip-A-Cops, Roof Sits, raffles, t-shirt sales and many more activities—raising more than $650,000 for local Special Olympics programs. 


Circle of Honor Agencies

Platinum Level ($60,000+)

  • Kennewick Police Department

Gold Level ($30,000+)

  • Tukwila Police Department
  • Seattle Police Department 
  • Veteran Affairs Police Department
  • West Plains Law Enforcement 

Silver Level ($15,000+)

  • Yakima Police Department
  • Yakima County Sheriff’s Office
  • Mountlake Terrace Police Department 

Bronze Level ($7,500+)

  • Centralia Police Department
  • Redmond Police Department
  • Marysville Police Department
  • Monroe Police Department
  • Douglas County Sheriff’s Office 

Honor Roll ($2,500+)

  • Kettle Falls Police Department
  • Ellensburg Police Department
  • Fircrest Police Department
  • Joint Base Lewis-McChord 
  • Clallam County Sheriff’s Office
  • Clark County Sheriff’s Office 
  • Bothell Police Department
  • US Marshals Service of Spokane
  • Federal Law Enforcement (FEST)
  • Skagit County Law Enforcement - In Memory of Deputy Anne Jackson
  • Richland Police Department
  • Federal Way Police Department
  • Bellevue Police Department
  • Spokane County Sheriff’s Office 
  • Puyallup Police Department 

Supporters of the LETR Campaign include: Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC), Fraternal Order of Police, Washington State Patrol Troopers Association (WSPTA) and Washington State Law Enforcement Association.