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LAW ENFORCEMENT
TORCH RUNNER
BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION


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Information about the Torch Runner's Experiences

Final Leg ID Photograph

A good quality 'Passport Style' photograph is needed from you for security purposes and use on the Final Leg website and in the Final Leg Event Guide and Manual.

This photograph should be at least 1mb in size, have a neutral background, and be a 'head and shoulders' shot. It should be clear and focussed.

The better the quality - the better you will look!

The photograph shown below demonstrates what is required.

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Biographical Information about the Torch Runner

Biography

Your Biography should be written in the ‘third person’ and provide a general overview of who you are. Consider including information about your workplace experience, your family, connection with Special Olympics and the Law Enforcement Torch Run and sports and hobbies.

Your biography should be no more than 140 words and probably no less than 100 words – use this space to tell the other Final leg Team members who you are and what you have done.

EXAMPLE BIOGRAPHY


Jennifer Brown has been involved with Torch Run for the past thirteen years and became involved not long after joining the Jonesville Police Department. Jennifer was promoted to Sergeant three years ago and is currently assigned to the Patrol Division.  Jennifer is married and her husband, Jack, is also a police officer.  They have two children, Ben and Jessie and are involved in many community sporting activities with them.. Jennifer has recently taken over responsibility for their LETR programs ‘Over the Edge’ event, raising over $40,000 in her first year managing this. The pivotal moment for Jennifer in embracing the Torch Run was during a local Special Olympics competition when she was asked to present medals to four athletes from her hometown and from that moment, she was hooked