Law Enforcement Week

Join Branson during our annual Law Enforcement week to show your respect and appreciation for our nation’s law enforcement officers.

The Branson Tri-Lakes area dedicates an entire week to support our nation’s law enforcement officials during Law Enforcement Recognition Week.

Branson invites active and retired law-enforcement personnel and their families to attend a week-long series of activities that pay tribute to and honor those that serve and protect their communities. The 2020 celebration takes place June 6-13 and offers a variety of special events for the men and women of the law-enforcement community. 


The week will start off with Run the Line Trail Race 5k/10k trail run through beautiful Ozark scenery. Runners of all skill levels can participate in this trail run. With only 10 percent uphill at a 10 percent grade, the single-track trails are mostly flat and downhill making it an enjoyable run. Runners will come across one creek crossing obstacle with loose rocks and leaves on the trails making it a great way to view spectacular scenery. Check back soon for more details.


Beginning at 10 a.m. on June 7 at The Sanctuary of Hope, enjoy this special worship service for all Law Enforcement Officers. A special Honor Guard Presentation by Missouri State Highway Patrol will be performed during the service. An Ice Cream Social with fun for the kids on the Lawn of the church after the service concludes.


The Law on the Links Golf Tournament on June 8 is held at Point Royale Golf Course is open to active and retired law enforcement from across the United States. The tournament will award prizes to golfers who achieve the longest putt, the longest drive and the closest to pin. Prizes will also be awarded to the three best finishers in each flight. Registration includes a lunch and 18-holes with a golf cart. A limited number of team positions will be available to non-law enforcement participants.

Additionally, The Duttons are hosting a Law Enforcement Night at their famous Branson show. Watch this iconic Branson family energetically perform and enthusiastically honor those in the law enforcement community.


Officers and their families are invited to Silver Dollar City’s “Law Enforcement Day” on June 9. Law enforcement will receive discounts at any of the following locations providing a valid department photo ID. Check back soon for ticket information and pricing. 


Wake up bright and early for the Port of Kimberling Marina Fishing Tournament beginning at 6 am. More information to come soon.

Starting at 9 a.m. on June 10, active and retired law enforcement officers invited to the Shooting Competition held at Bass Pro’s Outdoor Shooting Academy at Big Cedar Lodge. This competition has multiple shooting stages including: 6-6 inch round plates at 10 yards, close to far, 6 across at 10 yards, hostage taker and body armor drill. Announcement of winners will be after the competition has concluded. More detailed information will be released shortly!

Later that same day, Fritz’s Adventure invites law enforcement individuals to join to their dynamic adventure-based indoor family attraction. All law Enforcement employees can get in for free with valid ID or commission card while their immediate family will receive 50 percent off. Fritz’s Adventure parking lot will be lined with food trucks. During the rest of the week (June 6-13), all law enforcement and their families qualify for 50% off admission.


Check back soon for details on the Light Run, a light cruise parade at Branson Landing. The parade begins at 8 pm.


Branson’s annual Motorcycle Training will be held at Home Depot, located at 1000 Branson Hills Parkway in Branson, MO at 8 am. This training is in preparation for the Motorcycle Competition happening the next day. Coordinated by the Missouri State Highway, one of the largest motorcycle safety sills training event held in Southwest Missouri.

More details will soon be released of the Collector’s Show happening at noon at the Camden Hotel and Conference Center.

End the day with an 8 pm performance of Presley’s Country Jubilee. Each Law Enforcement officer receives free admission, and up to four dependents receive 50% ticket discounts.


The Seventh National Law Enforcement Week Motorcycle Training will be held at Home Depot on June 13 and will begin at 8 a.m. Active and retired law enforcement, along with the public, are welcome to come witness the motorcycle competition. If you would like to participate, officers must pre-register online by June 12.

The SIX show is offering a special performance and rate for the law enforcement community at their 3 pm show on Saturday, June 13. The officer receives free admission and spouses receive 20% off of ticket prices.
More details will soon be released of the Collector’s Show happening at noon at the Camden Hotel and Conference Center.

Men and women across our nation put their lives on the line daily to keep others safe, and Branson is set to become the nation's leader in law-enforcement recognition. Visit Branson June 6-13 and experience the special events planned for men and women in the law-enforcement community.

Visit the National Law Enforcement Week site for a more detailed itinerary.

Check here to see what other Branson events are happening in June.

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