Law Enforcement Against Prohibition is an international 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization of criminal justice professionals who bear personal witness to the wasteful futility and harms of our current drug policies.
600 Churches Call For an End to the Drug War
The New England Conference of United Methodist Churches recently voted in favor of a resolution calling for an end to the drug war.
LEAP co-founder Jack Cole worked with the assembly to pass the resolution, which ends with a statement of support for LEAP.
The full resolution can be viewed here.
LEAP board member and former prosecutor Dr. Inge Fryklund authored this article for the US Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute on the Special Inspector General’s quarterly report to Congress, noting that the U.S. goal of opium poppy prohibition is both unachievable and a contributing factor in the continuing instability of Afghanistan. Click here to read
LEAP speakers give moving, unanswerable testimony about the futility and waste of our drug policies in this hard hitting, comprehensive documentary, The Damage Done: a Drug War Odyssey.
Matthew Fogg tells the real news why proposed prison reform falls short
Pastor Eric Dupee tells LEAP why he supports an end to drug prohibition
Diane Goldstein and Neill Franklin on Higher Ground TV
Police Chief Larry Kirk on the Real News
Profound documentary about our failed War on Drugs
Upcoming LEAP Events
CSU Long Beach SSDP: Nick Morrow October 6, 2015 Who: Nick Morrow When: Tuesday, October 6th, 4pm What: Students for Sensible Drug Policy Chapter Meeting Where: CSU Longbeach,1250 Bellflower Blvd, Long Beach, CA, 90804. The meeting is held in SPA-106 which is located on lower campus. Expected atten
Hutchinson Kansas Local Drug Task Force: Brian Leininger October 15, 2015 Mayor Jade Piros de Carvalho recently formed a local drug task force to examine ways their community can combat addiction and the related suffering, crime and other problems it causes. This event is OPEN to the public.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health: Neill Franklin November 10, 2015 For the past 14 years at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, there has been a Seminar Series for graduate students, many of whom are already doctors, nurses, lawyers, and social workers to share perspectives of those in health polic