L.E.A.D. Featured by Gloucester Township Mayor

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This past Summer, Dave Mayer of Gloucester Township partnered up with the Police Department to highlight the importance of a safe community. Amongst Gloucester Township’s accomplishments, Mayer highlighted the work that the Police Department does with the L.E.A.D. Program in their schools. Gloucester Township became one of the first police departments in New Jersey to… Read more

L.E.A.D. Executive Director on the Joe Piscopo Show

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On Tuesday, January 4th, L.E.A.D Executive Director Nick DeMauro was a featured guest on the Joe Piscopo Show to discuss the Super Bowl Gala and Annual Conference. Joe highlighted L.E.A.D.’s upcoming 7th Annual 21st Century Drug and Violence Prevention Training Conference this March in Atlantic City. The conference will be taking place at Harrah’s Resort… Read more

Wyckoff Resident Colette Balaam Elected To L.E.A.D. Board Of Directors

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WYCKOFF, NJ — Wyckoff Resident Colette Balaam has been elected Second Vice Chair of Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence (L.E.A.D.), a nonprofit dedicated to bringing communities and law enforcement agencies together by educating communities about the dangers of drugs and violence. “We are thrilled that Colette will be our Second Vice Chair,” said Nick… Read more

Bloomingdale man elected to head L.E.A.D. NJ anti-drug education group

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A former Bloomingdale councilman has become the chairman of a state-based organization attempting to thwart addiction through education. Thomas Marinaro, the new board chairman for Law Enforcement Against Drugs and Violence, or L.E.A.D., said he wants to take the Allentown-based organization founded in 2014 to new heights in New Jersey and into schools worldwide. Elected… Read more

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

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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

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

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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

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

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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.

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