We create safer, healthier communities free of drugs, bullying and violence.
We promote and support law enforcement services serving all communities in the United States.
We offer comprehensive Trainings in our ON THE STREET (OTS) and IN THE CLASSROOM Programs. Please call our office directly at 609-259-2500 or click below to see our training calendar.
Registration and Payment are available on-line.
We offer several Curricula Certification Trainings in our ON THE STREET and IN THE CLASSROOM Programs. Click below to see our courses.
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In conjunction with Mendez Foundation we offer the only tested and proven effective K-12 drugs and violence for Law Enforcement in the US.View All Programs
We offer comprehensive development operations not only to support L.E.A.D. Inc. but we have initiatives to support and fund local communities.Learn More
Who are we?
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.
In order to keep up to date on what is going on with L.E.A.D. in your Communities, please click here for the latest News.
Manalapan Police Department Implements L.E.A.D. Program
L.E.A.D To Hold Second-Annual 5K In October
Burlington County Sheriff’s Department Takes the L.E.A.D. in Teaching Students About Drug and Alcohol Prevention
Livingston Sixth Graders Graduate from Law Enforcement Against Drugs Program
L.E.A.D FEST Carnival Will Be At the Bay Shore Mall From June 24-27
L.E.A.D. IN OUR COMMUNITIES
L.E.A.D. Social Distance Walk
L.E.A.D. Officers Join Virtual Graduation for 5th Grade Class
A L.E.A.D. Hero has been lost to Covid-19
L.E.A.D. MAY NEWSLETTER
New LEAD Bandanas
L.E.A.D. APRIL NEWSLETTER
How Chris Christie’s opioid commission shaped the Trump administration’s anti-drug efforts
L.E.A.D CEO and JOE PISCOPO Talk L.E.A.D to over a million listeners
Officers Take LEAD Training to Help Students Learn About Drugs and Other Life Decisions
L.E.A.D Board Members Honor John Russo of the Rutherford Police
LEAD Officers provide a Positive Alternatives trip to BounceU
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