CALEF's golf tourney helps 'Protect our Protectors'

BATON ROUGE, La (LOCAL 33) (FOX 44) - The Capital Area Law Enforcement Foundation hosted its second annual golf tournament Monday at Santa Maria, raising another $14,000 to help local law enforcement.

Since its origin in 2016, CALEF has raised more than $800,000 to better equip officers with protective armor, donating resources to 30-plus agencies throughout the capital region. 

Former Baton Rouge Police Chiefs Pat Englade and Carl Dabadie were front and center Monday as more than 200 golfers played their way through Santa Maria's course to help 'Protect our Protectors.'

Dabadie, Johnny Dunham, Don Coppola and Chad King were the early flights winners.

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