If you have any used equipment please contact: Founder, Steve Newton
stevenewton69@hotmail.com PLEASE DO NOT SEND EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY TO LEEP UNTIL YOU HAVE CONTACTED STEVE NEWTON

LEEP IS A NEWSMANS AWARD WINNING PROGRAM FOR INOVATION


































(Note:  Transfer of used equipment to Iraq or Afghanistan has been suspended by LEEP.  Requests from our Armed Forces will be examined on a case by case basis)


The Law Enforcement Equipment Program (LEEP) is in need of used law
enforcement equipment for American Officers and for distribution to other freedom loving countries of the world.  (With the supervision of our Armed Forces or other America authorities)

LEEP, founded by Steve Newton a retired Chief of Police, Marine and Navy Veteran, Founder of Silver Star Families of America (SSFOA) and a published author started LEEP to help provide used police equipment to Iraq and Afghanistan Police.  "I believe that it is our responsibility to assist our Armed Forces in any and all ways possible."

LEEP needs the donations of used and outdated equipment that many Police Departments and Military People have lying around in back rooms being unused.

And we have now expanded to include American law enforcement agencies.  If you have surplus equipment or need something this is the place to post!

NEW!  If you are an agency from outside of the United States and want to donate to agencies in your own country, please post.  We are here for all law enforcement in freedom loving countries. 

How can you help?  Donate your old and outdated items such as:

body armor (See:  http://www.lawenforcementequipmentprogram.org/Body-Armor.html)
helmets
handcuffs
boots and socks
gloves
equipment bearing vests
reflective belts or vests
traffic cones
sleeping bags/bed linens (military style, please) 
duty belts
flashlights
asp / batons
boots (black)
riot control sets
weapon cleaning sets
9mm glock magazines
9mm holsters
paper targets
eye protection
ear protection
rifle slings
 

If you have any used equipment please contact: Founder, Steve Newton
stevenewton69@hotmail.com PLEASE DO NOT SEND EQUIPMENT TO LEEP UNTIL YOU HAVE CONTACTED STEVE NEWTON.  Note:  If you have weapons that you want to transfer, we are now available and qualified to do so.  Please remember the law in transporting or shipping.  Weapons will only be approved to transfer to approve agencies.

LIMITED NUMBER OF PR 24S NOW AVAILABLE!!  Equipment coming in.














In Honor of Major Whitt.  We will not forget.



DISCLAIMER


LEEP is NOT A 501 c 3, however LEEP IS a NOT-FOR-PROFIT. LEEP does not house many items, but does help donors find resources to ship the large amounts of equipment. 100% of all funds is used on LEEP.  The Law Enforcement Equipment Program is a non profit that facilitates the transfer of equipment from one law enforcement agency to another.  The award winning LEEP program helps transfer equipment only to the United States Military, other American Law Enforcement Agencies, individual officers with approval or to American Agencies that further the cause of freedom and the rule of law no matter their location.

If you are an individual officer, deputy, etc, please provide your department address for shipping.  If shipped from LEEP National you will have to pay shipping.

If you are not sworn, please don't bother asking for equipment.  If your are in training we need your training officer to sign off on your request.

LEEP and the agencies that donate to LEEP, donates all equipment in an "as is" condition and takes no responsibility for the condition the equipment may be in or of the use or abuse of said equipment. 

Anyone accepting used equipment from LEEP acknowledges that the equipment is used and may not be up to current standards and they agree to hold LEEP and the donor agencies or individuals harmless in any and all circumstances in regard to the equipment donated.

Same goes for training.  If you get a piece of equipment, such as a PR 24, it is your responsibility to abide by your departments training requirements.

In other words what you see is what you get.  Your applying for equipment means you accept these terms and forever agree to hold LEEP and any donor harmless.

As a recipient it might also be appropriate to drop a line to the donor agency to say thank you.

A word about vests.  They are AS IS.  They may be out of date and it is your responsibility to make sure they are refurbished at the manufactor, traded in or destroyed.

LEEP is here to help bring surplus used equipment to those in need and everyone needs to use common sense in the use of said equipment.

Remember the rules:

We have no funds.  You ship to an officer or agency at your expense or you may charge shipping to the individual or agency if they are willing to pay it.  It the items are here we will charge you shipping only.

Also be aware that we may give out your contact info to others looking for equipment or for the purpose of saying "thank you."

What do you get for your donation?  A thank you, maybe a picture or a patch.  In other words not a whole heck of a lot. But you WILL get the satisfaction of helping your brother and sister officers.

God bless and stay safe out there.





LEEP helps transfer used police equipment to our Armed Forces to be distributed to overseas security.  However we have had so many requests from American law enforcement agencies that need equipment and with the wars winding down,  we have decided to give everyone a place to post their needs or surplus on this site.  Agencies with a surplus can send to America agencies or our Armed Forces and even to individual officers in need.
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