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Forum on Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD)
A panel and Q&A exploring Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) to give other options besides

Hosted by Councilmember Mary Lupien
A panel discussion and Q&A discussing the benefits of Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD)

Register: rebrand.ly/June7Forum

-Tanvier Peart - LEAD Working Group Coordinator, Partnership for Public Good (PPG)
-Travis Brooks - Program Admin, Ithaca Activities Department
-Tara Moss - Program Director, Seattle-King County LEAD
-Cheif (Ret.) Brendan Cox - Director of Policing Strategies, LEAD National Support Bureau
-Councilmember Miguel Melendez - Chief Community Engagement Officer, Ibero-American Action League
-Diana Macy - LEAD Coordinator, Albany Catholic Charities

What is LEAD?
Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) is a pre-arrest diversion program that when an individual comes into contact with law enforcement due to substance use, mental
health, or poverty, police officers can choose to divert them into an intensive case management program—instead of arresting them.



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