Law Enforcement Revs Their Engines for Kids

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LINCOLN, Neb.-- Around 100 motorcyclists took part in the 5th Annual Kickstands Up for Kids charity ride Saturday.

The purpose of the ride is to bring awareness and raise money for the Child Advocacy center in Lincoln.

The Great Plains Reguladores Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club went on the 100-mile trip which started in Lincoln and went through Seward, Brainard, Davey, and finished back in the Capital City.

At the end of the ride the club met at The Alley for a silent auction and raffle drawing. All the the proceeds went to the Child Advocacy Center.

The CAC helps law enforcement perform forensic interviews with children ages 3 to 18 who have seen homicides, been the victims of sexual and drug abuse, and even kidnappings. They also give counseling for children and families.

Law enforcement officials say the CAC plays a major part in their investigations.