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From Our Board

The 2nd Annual 21st Century Drug and Violence Prevention Training Conference concluded on March 1. Over 400 participants left energized and excited about L.E.A.D.'s direction and its expansion into other parts of the country.

At the conference, we launched our ON THE STREET Initiative. We are working to launch our online and academy training in May. Stay tuned for more info about this initiative!

The Board of Directors worked diligently to develop a new Critical Path Document to ensure the effective growth of the organization and maximize the expansion and resources we have available.

We're also proud to announce that we recently held trainings in New Jersey and certified over 25 new instructors!

What's Happening

The 2nd Annual 21st Century Drug & Violence Prevention Training Conference in Pictures

The 2nd Annual 21st Century Drug & Violence Prevention Training Conference was an amazing success. With a variety of departments and organizations coming together for a great cause. We would like to thank everyone who came put and supported L.E.A.D. and look forward to many more conferences in the future!

A Review of the 2nd Annual 21st Century Drug & Violence Prevention Training Conference

Article Appeared on Sussex.nj.us The Second Annual 21st Century Drug & Violence Prevention Training Conference, hosted by L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs) was held on February 27 through March 1, 2017, at Harrah’s Convention Center in Atlantic City. After its successful rollout in New Jersey and under the direction of Nicholas DeMauro, the group’s Executive […]

Nutley cop named L.E.A.D. Administrator of the Year

Article Appeared on NorthJersey.com Nutley Detective Sgt. Michael Padilla was recently named Administrator of the Year for the New Jersey program Law Enforcement Against Drugs. The organization also surprised Paramus Detective Sgt. James Teehan and Medford Lakes Superintendent Anthony Dent as Instructor of the Year and Educator of the Year, respectively, in February during the […]

Training at Dwight D. Eisenhower School in Freehold Township NJ

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POLICE, WINNISQUAM MIDDLE SCHOOL STAFF WORK TOGETHER TO PREVENT DRUG USE, BULLYING

Article Appeared on laconiadailysun.com TILTON — This year, the Tilton Police Department is working to forge new partnerships with our schools and the community to increase drug prevention education and anti-bullying education in a new way. Law Enforcement Against Drugs is an evidence based, prevention education program which gives both police officers and teachers the […]

Monthly Spotlights

School of the Month


Lenox Elementary School

The featured school is Lenox Elementary School located in Pompton Lakes, NJ. Sgt. Ryan Cichon and Ptl. Stephen Kouefati of the Pompton Lakes Police Department teach the L.E.A.D. Program to fifth grade students in three different schools. The principals and teachers are very dedicated to the program. They work side by side with the officers to ensure the students receive a superior drug and violence prevention program.

Each year the L.E.A.D. students participate in a L.E.A.D. Fun Day where they engage in recreational sport activities with the L.E.A.D. Officers and teachers. The officers also provide a large picnic for the students on this day. At the end of the school year, a formal L.E.A.D. graduation ceremony is also held for the students.

Instructor of the Month


Officer Monica Peterson

(Officer Monica Peterson pictured above)

April 2017 Instructor of the month is Officer Monica Peterson of the LaGrange, Georgia Police Department.

Monica was born and raised in LaGrange GA. She is a former Marine and a current Officer for 11 years at LaGrange Police Department.

Monica is also a full time College Student at LaGrange College and mother of 3 boys.

Development Opportunities

Support L.E.A.D. on Amazon Smile!

Are you an Amazon customer? Now you can support L.E.A.D. every time you make an eligible purchase using Amazon Smile!

Simply use smile.amazon.com and log in with your Amazon account. When you make a "smile" eligible purchase, a percentage goes to L.E.A.D.!

If you already use Amazon Smile, then simply click here to switch your charity to L.E.A.D.
 

Recycling Program!

Any Officer who assists in securing a location for the placement of a clothing recycling container will receive resources to help your local program.

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