Party planned ahead of SLO County law enforcement’s Special Olympics torch run

Posted at 12:05 PM, Nov 29, 2018
Former SLOPD Lt. Bill Proll poses with the Special Olympics Flame of Hope and other law enforcement during the torch run through Austria in 2017. (Photo courtesy Bill Proll)

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson and retired San Luis Obispo Police Lieutenant Bill Proll are planning a party before carrying the Law Enforcement Torch in the Special Olympics.

The party, entitled “Bill and Ian’s Excellent Abu Dhabi Adventure Party,” has been set for February 9. A time and place are yet to be announced.

Parkinson and Proll will help carry the Special Olympics flame through the United Arab Emirates before the Opening Ceremony on March 14.

The two are representing California in the Law Enforcement Torch Run.