Special Olympics Illinois delivered a presentation on the Cop on a Rooftop fundraiser at the 2017 LETR International Conference in Nashville. This PDF file provides a summary of that presentation
LETR International Executive Council member Antonio Williams delivered this presentation on the connection that can be achieved between the military, law enforcement and Special Olympics at the 2017 LETR International Conference in Nashville.
In 2016, members of LETR Ireland and LETR Northern Ireland worked together on the development of this presentation which was delivered at the Garda Siochana (Irish Police) College.
The NSW Police Force (Australia) conducts three Academy Courses per year. Permission has been given to LETR NSW to attend each course to deliver a presentation to the policing students on Law Enforcement Torch Run. This powerpoint is a template of the information provided.
This powerpoint contains generic information about the LETR movement and can be downloaded and modified for use by Programs..
Thanks to LETR North Carolina for providing a copy of their 2016 Council Procedures document
This PDF file is an example of a standard powerpoint presentation used by LETR North Carolina
Thanks to LETR New York for this Powerpoint detailing the Committee Structure they have used for their Polar Plunge
This Word document is provided to assist with the planning of a Polar Plunge event
This document is provided to assist in setting goals and strategies for a polar Plunge event.
This document is provided as a guide to the minimum safety standards to be applied to the planning of a Polar Plunge event
Thanks to LETR Florida for providing this manual on how to conduct a Tip-A-Cop event
This Word document is provided to assist with the planning of a Red Robin Tip-A-Cop event
This Word document is provided to assist with the planning of a Truck Convoy event
This PDF document provides guidance on how to care for the most commonly used torch used by LETR (as supplied by MTM), including cleaning, fueling, storage and transportation.
DO YOU HAVE ANY BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLES TO SHARE?
The examples provided above cover a wide range of Torch Run activities but obviously can always be improved upon.
If you have any training materials or other examples that you would be willing to share with other programs, please LETR13 to send an email to the Chair of the Council's Training Committee, Lee Barrett. Tell him what you have and he will arrange to get a copy from you and get it loaded onto this page with appropriate acknowledgements.