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Law enforcement week attracts thousands

Thousands of active duty and retired law enforcement officers from around the region and across the nation gathered in Branson last week to celebrate Law Enforcement Week.

 



Branson businesses offered a warm welcome during the 11th annual event, with many shows, attractions, restaurants and lodging establishments offering free or reduced admission for law enforcement officers and their families. The week offers an opportunity for those in the field of law enforcement to be celebrated, recognized and rewarded for their service.

 

AmericInn by Wyndham was the host hotel for Branson's Law Enforcement week and the site of the annual Police Collectors Show, a unique opportunity for law enforcement officers and personnel to display, sell and share their memorabilia, a highlight for many in attendance.

 

An exciting tradition of Law Enforcement Week is the annual Motorcycle Training and Competition, held in the parking lot of TJ Maxx. The two-day event included training on evasive maneuvers, corner manipulation, emergency braking and more. The competition, divided into three categories, was enjoyed by all. Categories included Expert, Advanced and Motor Officer.

 

Another favorite activity during this year's Law Enforcement Week was the annual Light Parade, where law enforcement officers cruised through the Branson Landing with lights and sirens, much to the delight of spectators.

 

Other Law Enforcement Week events included the annual Law on the Links Golf Tournament and the Run the Line 5k/10K Race at the Dewey Short Visitors Center.

 

As always, Branson did an exceptional

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