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We are excited to announce that the Law Enforcement Torch Run International Conference returns in 2022! Not since 2019, when the majestic Rocky Mountains of Colorado stood watch over the LETR International Conference in Aurora, have we joined for a global dose of Inspiration, Motivation, and Education that only the LETR Conference can provide.
Come join us as we explore the wonders of Round Rock, Texas as the Kalahari Resort and Water Park hosts our celebration November 3-5, 2022! An African theme resort houses one of the largest indoor water parks in the USA and it’s all included for registered quests. With its grand opening in 2020, the Kalahari offers state of the art convention facilities and guestrooms, and at the end of the day, close your eyes and imagine that safari you always dreamed of as you relax and reunite with friends in the many lounges and quiet settings throughout the resort.
Adventures of the resort are just the beginning as the International Conference Planning Committee (ICPC) has taken advantage of the time provided during our little hiatus to refresh the conference attendee experience. Although the conference schedule may seem familiar to you, the excitement is in the details! Committed to offering inspiration, motivation, and education throughout the conference, you may notice a social hospitality event the night before the conference begins to afford attendees the chance to see old friends and make new ones. This event takes the place of the traditional “Host Night” event which means the first night of the conference you and your program will have a free night to celebrate your program and explore the surrounding area. The general sessions will feature enhanced attendee participation, and some may even be highlighted within the new “Guardian Story” segment, focusing on the inspirational stories from behind the scenes of our tremendous Torch Runners around the world. Educational segments are intended to dive deeper into the topic discussed to provide a greater resource for the attendee to exploit within their own program upon their return, and the new Saturday Unified Exhibition Event will sidestep the traditional competitive component and attempt to bring Torch Runners of all abilities together to enjoy the unified sporting activities of Special Olympics with our athletes.