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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.

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Courses

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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Programs

In conjunction with Mendez Foundation we offer the only tested and proven effective K-12 drugs and violence for Law Enforcement in the US.

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We offer comprehensive development operations not only to support L.E.A.D. Inc. but we have initiatives to support and fund local communities.

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13 December Mon

K-12 IN THE CLASSROOM TRAINING (NJ) (FIVE-DAY)

Open to any Officer never trained in a drug and violence prevention program and who has never been in a classroom teaching.   Successful completion certifies the Officer as a L.E.A.D. Instructor in the K-12 Too Good for Drugs  and the k-12 Too Good for Violence-Social Perspectives Curricula and certifies them as a member of the... Read more
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13 December Mon

K-12 ONLINE IN THE CLASSROOM TRAINING (FIVE-DAY)

Open to any Officer never trained in a drug and violence prevention program and who has never been in a classroom teaching.  Successful completion certifies the Officer as a L.E.A.D. Instructor in the K-12 Too Good for Drugs  and the Too Good for Violence-Social Perspectives Curricula and certifies them as a member of the L.E.A.D.... Read more
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14 December Tue

IN THE CLASSROOM K-8 (NJ) ONE-DAY

For Certified School Resource Officers or Officers already teaching School Based Prevention & all Educators who are collaborating with their Law Enforcement Agency to Implement L.E.A.D. (Successful completion certifies the Educator/ Officer as a L.E.A.D. Instructor in the K-8 Too Good for Drugs Curricula and the Too Good for Violence-Social Perspectives K-8 Curricula and certifies them as a member of... Read more
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14 December Tue

IN THE CLASSROOM K-8 ONLINE

For Certified School Resource Officers or Officers already teaching School Based Prevention & all Educators who are collaborating with their Law Enforcement Agency to Implement L.E.A.D. (Successful completion certifies the Educator/ Officer as a L.E.A.D. Instructor in the K-8 Too Good for Drugs Curricula and the Too Good for Violence-Social Perspectives Curricula and certifies them... Read more
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16 December Thu

IN THE CLASSROOM-HIGH SCHOOL ONLINE

For Certified School Resource Officers or Officers already teaching School Based Prevention & all Educators who are collaborating with their Law Enforcement Agency to Implement L.E.A.D. (Successful completion certifies the Educator/ Officer as a L.E.A.D. Instructor in the High School Too Good for Drugs Curricula and the Too Good for Violence-Social Perspectives Curricula and certifies... Read more
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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.

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L.E.A.D. Gets A Giving Tuesday Boost From Colliers Engineering

Giving Tuesday donations will be matched to create more resources for L.E.A.D. to protect children from the dangers of drugs and violence. Law Enforcement Against Drugs and Violence (L.E.A.D.) is getting an extra boost this Giving Tuesday by partnering with Colliers Engineering and Design, who will match donations. The engineering company, which has a location… Read more

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Manalapan Police Department Implements L.E.A.D. Program

The Manalapan Police Department, in collaboration with the Manalapan-Englishtown Regional School District, has implemented its new Law Enforcement Against Drugs (LEAD) program in the Pine Brook School, which educates all of the district’s sixth grade pupils. The police department’s specialized LEAD instructors, Patrolman Kyle Earley and Patrolman Kyle Williams, with assistance from Officer Kimberly Whitehill and… Read more

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L.E.A.D To Hold Second-Annual 5K In October

Pictured from left to right is Officer Chenice Wesley with the L.E.A.D. Mascot, Leo, at the 2020 Asbury Park Walk. (Photo courtesy of Molly Montville) ASBURY PARK, NJ – Law Enforcement Against Drugs (L.E.A.D.) is hosting it’s second annual 5k Run/Walk at Asbury Park’s Bradley Park on Saturday, Oct. 2, at 9 a.m. “We’re excited to… Read more

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Burlington County Sheriff’s Department Takes the L.E.A.D. in Teaching Students About Drug and Alcohol Prevention

The Burlington County Sheriff’s Department is launching a L.E.A.D (Law Enforcement Against Drugs) education program in partnership with the Burlington County Municipal Alliance Program and expects to begin teaching students in local schools this fall. L.E.A.D offers evidenced-based curriculum for kindergarten up to 12th grade about the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, along with anti-bullying and violence programs. The program was created in 2014 as an alternative to traditional D.A.R.E (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) classes taught by police officers to elementary school students for decades, according to information provided by the county.

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Livingston Sixth Graders Graduate from Law Enforcement Against Drugs Program

L.E.A.D. essay finalist and raffle winner Jon Chin with MPMS Principal Bronawyn O’Leary; Officers Joy Klapal, Ralph Kolbusz and Michael Davenport; and phys ed teachers Stephanie Fox and Jessica BlomnPhoto Credit: LPD By DANIELLE SANTOLAPublishedJuly 5, 2021 at 2:38 PM LIVINGSTON, NJ — After working closely all year with Law Enforcement Against Drugs (L.E.A.D.) officers Joy… Read more

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L.E.A.D FEST Carnival Will Be At the Bay Shore Mall From June 24-27

The L.E.A.D. FEST Carnival will be at the Westfield South Shore Mall at 1701 Sunrise Highway in Bay Shore from June 24 through June 27, it was just announced. In addition to fairway rides, Scott’s World of Magic will be performing magic tricks at the carnival as well. Other entertainment and attractions are included in the general admission price of… Read more

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L.E.A.D. IN OUR COMMUNITIES

“In today’s society, police are placed in a negative light and many children are taught not to trust the police. Programs like L.E.A.D. allow officers, like Officer Cassandra Aumack, to not only teach the children about the negative impacts of illicit substances, but to have a positive impact on their impression of law enforcement and acclimate them… Read more

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L.E.A.D. Social Distance Walk

#LEADSOCIALDISTANCEWALK on the Belmar NJ Boardwalk. On hand was Police Chief Tina Scott of Belmar, Chief Ed Kerr of Spring Lake, L.E.A.D Executive Director Nick DeMauro, Mayor Kevin Higgins and Councilwoman Hawley Scull from Lake Como and representatives of the Belmar Police L.E.A.D and Community Policing Unit along with a few area residents. TEXT LEADWALK to… Read more

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L.E.A.D. Officers Join Virtual Graduation for 5th Grade Class

Today our L.E.A.D. Officers Doug and Chris participated in a 5th grade virtual graduation with the students, principal, teachers and parents to celebrate the boys and girls and their ongoing commitment to remain drug, alcohol and violence free. Joining the ceremony were many distinguished guests who were kind enough to take time out of their… Read more

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A L.E.A.D. Hero has been lost to Covid-19

It is with profound sadness that we must report that Glen Ridge L.E.A.D INSTRUCTOR, Police Officer and PBA Local 58 member Charles “Rob” Roberts has lost his long and valiant battle against COVID-19. Please keep Rob, his family and the Glen Ridge Police in your thoughts and prayers.

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L.E.A.D. MAY NEWSLETTER

From our Board The Board of Directors is committed to growing the L.E.A.D. organization in these trying times.  First and foremost, we hope that all of you are SAFE and have been adjusting to these difficult times. We are pleased to inform you that the L.E.A.D. organization received a Payroll Protection Program grant from the… Read more

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L.E.A.D. APRIL NEWSLETTER

From our Board The Board of Directors is committed to maintaining the rapid growth of the L.E.A.D. organization. Our motto is that WE SERVE and under these tough times during the COVID-19 pandemic we are sticking to our motto. The board made a decision to keep all staff on working and serving and have authorized… Read more

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Coronavirus Update

As our thoughts continue to be with those directly impacted by the Coronavirus, we want to keep you apprised of L.E.A.D.’s plans to handle the constantly changing situation. Please know that management has put into place appropriate social distancing protocols and office protocols,including continual cleaning and increased extensive cleaning. Our office will be closed to… Read more

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COVID-19 Announcement

As our thoughts continue to be with those directly impacted by the Coronavirus, we want to keep you apprised of L.E.A.D.’s plans to handle the constantly changing situation. Please know that management has put into place appropriate social distancing protocols and office protocols, including continual cleaning and increased extensive cleaning. Our office will be closed to… Read more

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How Chris Christie’s opioid commission shaped the Trump administration’s anti-drug efforts

WASHINGTON — Before it disbanded, the federal commission chaired by then-Gov. Chris Christie made several recommendations on how to deal with the opioid crisis. Those lessons are being put to use as the Trump administration continues to address the problem, according to Jim Carroll, director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. Read more: https://www.nj.com/politics/2020/02/how-chris-christies-opioid-commission-shaped-the-trump-administrations-anti-drug-efforts.html

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L.E.A.D CEO and JOE PISCOPO Talk L.E.A.D to over a million listeners

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Officers Take LEAD Training to Help Students Learn About Drugs and Other Life Decisions

HUTTO, Texas — Keeping kids safe – it’s what school resource officers (SRO) and teachers are tasked with. SROs and teachers from across Texas came to Hutto Wednesday for training from a special organization called Law Enforcement Against Drugs, or LEAD. LEAD is a nation-wide program that teaches officers and educators about how to communicate with kids. There… Read more

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L.E.A.D Board Members Honor John Russo of the Rutherford Police

L.E.A.D Board Members ‘Chairman Robert Kugler ‘ Executive Director Nick DeMauro and William Schievella with NJ Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella. Proud to honor Bergen County Police Chiefs President ‘Chief John Russo of the Rutherford Police.

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LEAD Officers provide a Positive Alternatives trip to BounceU

Our L.E.A.D. Officers provided a “Positive Alternatives” trip to BounceU for the 5th grade students of East Brook & West Brook Middle Schools. A fun time was had by all. Paramus Public Schools Law Enforcement Against Drugs

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