Fiver for Reform!
You may have seen there’s a bit of a social movement to donate your first new five pound note to a good cause? Far be it for us to raise a hand, but it just so happens that five pounds is exactly what it takes to receive a coveted LEAP badge!
Yes, for a mere £5 you can be the proud wearer of our LEAP gold badge… so we urge you to pin your support – for drug law reform – to your lapel.
We fully rely on donations here at LEAP UK, and we would be sincerely grateful if you would consider us worthy of your new, or old for that matter, five pound note. Simply donate a minimum of £5 and we will send you your deputised badge post-haste. Find our donate button on the right hand side of this page (or at the bottom of the page if you’re on a mobile device).
We thank all our supporters, we really could not do what we do without you. So next time you want to show your support for drug law reform, just wear your LEAP badge with pride, and get your friends to inquire: When law enforcement want to reform our drug laws you have to ask us why.
When I get my first £5 its definitely coming to LEAP UK. I was quite relieved when I found this organisation. I worked in Law Enforcement for 12 years and early on I looked at drug users and suppliers just as criminals breaking the law. That’s what the law says their doing and my job was to enforce the law. However, the longer i served the more I had a problem with it. It was clear that many people we’re self medicating to try a block out or cope with something else that had happened in their lives and they were not able to get other support to deal with it. The the drugs and dependancy was easier than going back to deal with the underlying problem.
Resources spent on the ‘war on drugs’ would be much better spent on services to help those with the problem rather than criminalising them.
Is it possible that food and pharmaceuticals are the main cause of psychosis ?
Do these victims of apparent cannabis induced psychosis actually have food or pharmaceutical induced psychosis instead ?
See this article from 2013! Shocking!