News PG RCMP host Law Enforcement Torch Run SHARE ON: Matt Fetinko, staff Thursday, Jun. 7th, 2018 Runners and walkers journey down Victoria St. for the 4th annual Law Enforcement Torch Run in Prince George | Matt Fetinko, My PG Now A fundraiser was held Thursday for Special Olympics BC. Prince George RCMP put on the fourth annual Law Enforcement Torch Run and is the only detachment hosting the event in the North District. “We can give to these young athletes who are full of vigour and energy and it’s sure nice that we’re able to get an event together like this that lets them meet their goals,” says Superintendent Warren Brown. 4th Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run in support of @sobcsociety underway in #PrinceGeorge! #CityofPG @PG_RCMP @BCLETR @mypgnow pic.twitter.com/HtnrGb3fBk — Matt Fetinko (@mattfetinko) June 7, 2018 As police officers, Brown says it feels good to help the community through this kind of fundraiser. “We’re fortunate that we are able to give back to the community in this way and a lot of these Special Olympic athletes that we have here, don’t have the same fortune and opportunities that kids without disabilities have and today is about celebrating that.” The goal of the run is $6,000. The total will be announced at a later date.