The Larimer County Sheriff's Office is inviting citizens to be a part of the inaugural Jailbreak 4-Mile Family Run/Walk coming up in September.  It's a chance to get some exercise and will benefit the Child Advocacy Center in Larimer County.

What is the Jailbreak 4-Mile About?

The Jailbreak 4-Mile was the idea of Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith who wanted to create an event to  bring members of the community together with members of the Sheriff’s Office in a fun atmosphere, raise money for a beneficial organization, the Child Advocacy Center, as well as get people up and off the couch on a Saturday morning to do something active.

In addition to the walk/run, what else is planned?

  • Demonstrations and exhibits by the Sheriff’s Office Posse
  • SWAT Team, K-9 Unit, Bomb Squad
  • Crime Scene Investigators and Wild Land Fire/Rescue

You can also meet the deputies, see their equipment in action, and learn about their jobs protecting Fort Collins and Larimer County.

About the Larimer County Child Advocacy Center

The Child Advocacy Center serving Larimer County is a nonprofit organization that provides victims of child abuse and their non-offending family members access to support and services in a safe, compassionate environment. The CAC also works to prevent child abuse through education, serves as an informational resource for those unsure of how to report child abuse, and acts as an educational resource to the community about child abuse.

The family-friendly four-mile course will begin and ends at the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, located at 2501 Midpoint Drive in Fort Collins. Registration is $25 in advance or $35 on race day and includes a race tee-shirt.  Children in strollers or wagons are free.

To get registered or learn more you can visit