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Batavia, Geneva Police Departments joining forces for 'Cop on a Rooftop' fundraiser

All proceeds benefit Special Olympics Illinois

Officers from the Batavia and Geneva Police Departments will participate in the "Cop on a Rooftop" event on May 17 at two Batavia Dunkin' locations to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois.
Officers from the Batavia and Geneva Police Departments will participate in the "Cop on a Rooftop" event on May 17 at two Batavia Dunkin' locations to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois.

Officers from the Geneva and Batavia Police Departments will be stationed on the roooftops of two Dunkin' locations in Batavia on May 17 for the 'Cop on a Rooftop' event to raise funds for Special Olympics Illinois.

The officers will be at the Dunkin' at 2002 W. Wilson St. and 108 N. Batavia Ave. beginning at 5 a.m. Patrons who make a donation of any amount will receive a free doughnut coupon. Guests donating at least $10 will earn a Law Enforcement Torch Run travel mug, while supplies last, and a coupon for a free medium coffee.

Torch Run T-shirts and hats also will be sold for various donation amounts.

According to a news release from the Geneva Police Department, the Cop on a Rooftop event is one of several fundraising platforms for the Law Enforcement Torch Run, which is a collaborative effort from police departments across the nation to raise money for Special Olympics.