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UHDPS Police Officers Participate in the Texas Special Olympics

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UHDPS Police Officers Participate in the Texas Special Olympics

Police Officers from the University of Houston Department of Public Safety recently participated in the annual Texas Special Olympic Torch Run and ceremonies. The Special Olympics took place in Arlington, Texas. Police Lieutenant Dina Gonzales, Police Officer Jocelyn Ballard and Police Officer Troy Golden all participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Officers from around the state rallied together and ran the Special Olympics Torch to the opening ceremonies. The beginning leg of the torch run for the Gulf Coast Region began at the University of Houston. Leading the pack were Lieutenant Gonzales and Officers Ballard and Golden.

Serving the UH community is a plus but being able to serve in a wider scale as in the Special Olympics is something to be proud of.