Founded in 2002 by five police officers, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) is run and represented by those who fought on the front lines of the 'war on drugs' and who know firsthand that prohibition only worsens drug dependence and street violence. Today, LEAP represents more than 50,000 people in 80 countries, including police, prosecutors, judges, FBI/DEA agents, corrections officials, military personnel and civilians. LEAP's speakers have given a credible face on the modern anti-prohibition movement by giving more than 6,000 presentations to civic groups, public officials, members of the media, etc.

This annual report provides detailed information about LEAP's activities throughout 2010.

Read the report.