Law Enforcement Equality Reform (LEER)

Law Enforcement Equality Reform (LEER) is a 501(c) non-profit organization created to bring awareness to issues of inequality in law enforcement. We are starting a national conversation and debate on the mission of law enforcement in America.  However, education must always come before advocacy. We want to help provide that education.  This movement started on social media with feedback from thousands of people sharing their expertise and concerns about the nature of law enforcement and how to make it better. LEER is focused on law enforcement policy changes at all levels of government.

LEER has become disillusioned with Congress as they lack the authority to fix these problems. Article I, section 8 of the U.S. Constitution limits congressional authorization, as police powers are reserved for individual states. They are compelled to bring these needed changes to the national forum. Thus, they are bringing them to you directly, “We the People.”  

Law Enforcement Equality Reform (LEER) is an advocacy organization; we are dedicated to ending the discriminatory practices in law enforcement and want more transparency in the conduct of law enforcement operations.
To start a national grassroots conversation with the people. The Constitution must be amended to address the structural imbalances that are systemic in the Criminal Justice system.
Proposed 28th Amendment to the US Constitution (LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUALITY REFORM
XXVIII) : Click Here To Read It