London Police Officers In New York To Help Kids With Cancer

NEW YORK(CBS 2) – Saturday morning, 100 members of London’s Metropolitan Police Department, in full uniform, will hit Central Park for a special half-marathon.

They’ll be running to raise money for the Jack Foundation or the Joining Against Cancer in Kids.

Detective Sergeant Richard Brown and his wife were both on the police force when their son Jack was diagnosed with neuroblastoma.

Now, the group rallies to help a special child with cancer each year.


The half marathon kicks off at 11am at Columbus Circle.

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One Comment

  1. Sylvia & Nils says:

    Just seen the interview with CBS. Fantastic job guy’s.
    See you in July

  2. MaryEllen & family says:

    Great Job Guys- see you next year… Hopefully Y Rhian & Connor will come too… we had so much fun

  3. Julia webb says:

    So proud of all of you. Doing a great job raising the profile of J.A.C.K. and raising money. Dont raise too much hell, London misses you all.

  4. Rob Corbett says:

    Great job TAFF!!!!!

  5. M .J. Leclerc says:

    Thank you Gentleman!

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