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Law Enforcement Against Drugs and Violence (L.E.A.D.) is a non profit (501C3) organization, supported by dedicated police officers, committed to protecting our youth and communities from the proliferation of drugs, drug related crimes, peer to peer/cyber bullying and violence.
We achieve our goals by collaborating with educators, community leaders, families and L.E.A.D. support organizations.
OUR VISION IS TO CREATE SAFER, HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES FREE OF DRUGS, BULLYING AND VIOLENCE.
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Week-long L.E.A.D. class to teach school resource officers in Bay County
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WMBB) — School starts on Aug. 10 and local law enforcement officials are preparing for the upcoming school year. An organization called Law Enforcement Against Drugs and Violence,… Read more
L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence) Signs Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) With the Florida Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs
MOU Between L.E.A.D. and the Florida Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs Will Allow Trained Instructors to Teach L.E.A.D.’s Anti-Drug, Anti-Violence Curriculum to Members in Florida’s Boys & Girls Clubs … Read more
Laredo ISD Police Department introduces LEAD program
The Laredo Independent School District Police Department is taking one step forward regarding the safety of the district’s students with the implementation of the new Law Enforcement Against Drugs, or… Read more
LEAD Fest State Fair Heads To Mercer County
The event starts next Friday, June 30, and ends on Sunday, July 9. The L.E.A.D. Fest State Fair will benefit the local L.E.A.D. program in West Windsor Township. The West… Read more
U.S. Representative for Tennessee’s Third Congressional District, Chuck Fleischmann, Awards L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence) $203,000 in FY23 Community Project Funding
Grant From Rep. Fleischmann Will Benefit Local Students in Tennessee’s Third Congressional District by Creating More Resources to Educate Them on L.E.A.D.’s Anti-Drug, Anti-Violence Curriculum Chuck Fleischmann, the U.S. representative… Read more
Point Pleasant Resident Kevin Haney Receives National Award, L.E.A.D.
L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence), a nationwide nonprofit that works with communities to help students understand the dangers of drugs and violence, awarded “National Corporate Administrator of the… Read more
Ramsey cop named nonprofit’s NJ Instructor of the Year for anti-drug work with students
A Ramsey police officer received a statewide award for his work educating kids about the dangers of drugs and violence at a conference Tuesday. The award was presented by Law… Read more
DVSD police chief awarded Instructor of the Year
Mark Moglia, the chief of school police at the Delaware Valley School District Police Department, was awarded “Pennsylvania Instructor of the Year” by L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence),… Read more
Mosley honored as Georgia’s L.E.A.D. Instructor of the Year
In recognition of this hard work and dedication in the L.E.A.D. Program, LaGrange Police Officer Bryant Mosley was recently honored as Georgia’s L.E.A.D. Instructor of the Year. Law Enforcement Against… Read more
Former Captain at Collier County Sheriff’s Office, Beth Jones, Receives “L.E.A.D.er of the Year” From L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence)
Jones is Honored Nationally by L.E.A.D. for Her Dedication to Training Officers on the Organization’s Anti-Drug, Anti-Violence Curriculum COLLIER COUNTY, FL – April 11, 2023 – L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against… Read more
L.E.A.D. National Instructor of the Year: Lt. Julie Ann Zeigler
L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence), a nationwide nonprofit that works with communities to help students understand the dangers of drugs and violence, awarded “National Instructor of the Year”… Read more
Mountview Road, Bee Meadow and Salem Elementary Schools Students Complete L.E.A.D.
Last week, 105 students in the fifth grade at Mountview Road School and Bee Meadow and Salem Elementary Schools completed L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence), a nationwide nonprofit… Read more
Royal ISD Police receives training to teach anti-drug, anti-violence program in classrooms
Starting on March 27, about 2,700 students PreK-12 in Waller County will be educated on the curriculum implemented by L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence), a nationwide nonprofit that… Read more
Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence (L.E.A.D.) Launches Partnership with National Night Out (NNO)
Two Organizations Working to Strengthen the Relationship Between Law Enforcement and Communities Form Partnership to Advance Police-Community Relationship ALLENTOWN, NJ – March 14, 2023 – L.E.A.D.( Law Enforcement Against Drugs &… Read more
Belmar officer attends Digital Threat Assessment® training
BELMAR — Belmar Police Officer Ryan Braswell was among those attending Digital Threat Assessment® training [DTA®] held Jan. 19 at the Ocean County Training Center in Waretown. Representatives from police… Read more
Deptford Police Department’s message to L.E.A.D. graduates
Congrats to all of our wonderful L.E.A.D. graduates. We have the best students in the State. L.E.A.D. stands for Law Enforcement Against Drugs (and violence). It’s an amazing program and… Read more
‘Our officers teaching our kids’: CCSD police expand anti-drug program
Clark County School District Police Sgt. Juan Wibowo and officer Artesia Henry asked a class of sixth-graders on Wednesday why some people use recreational marijuana. “To take off stress,” one… Read more
Rossford Police Department introduce anti-drug, anti-violence program in the classroom
The Rossford Police Department today began teaching Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence at Rossford Elementary School and Rossford Junior High School. Wesley Socie, a city police officer, will instruct… Read more
Paramus Police Officer ‘Leads’ Students in Annual Holiday Toy Drive
Local students participated in an annual holiday toy drive organized by Paramus Detective Lieutenant Jimmy Teehan, an instructor for a program about the dangers of drugs and violence. “In addition to… Read more
Holiday Giving Tradition Returns To Paramus Schools
‘Tis the season for giving for Paramus public school students, who are donating toys as part of a nationwide effort to spread the joy of the holidays to less fortunate… Read more
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