WHAT WE DO

Law enforcement professionals say education is the best way to improve outcomes for some of the toughest issues facing their communities.

For more than 40 years, LAW PUBLICATIONS has provided educational resources that strengthen bonds between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve.

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Why Our Work Matters

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Our original literature covers a wide range of today’s most pressing issues, from how to stop drug abuse to what to do in an active shooter situation to bullying.

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We provide law enforcement agencies with high-quality educational publications & programs that speak to all ages, from 4-year-olds to parents and even grandparents. These are then distributed through schools and local events across the country. To date, we have worked with more than 17,000 communities.

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We're able to provide our educational materials to law enforcement agencies for free thanks to generous support from members of the business community.


How You Can Help

You can help by partnering with LAW Publications as a national sponsor, ensuring we are able to continue offering leading publications & programs to law enforcement agencies on issues of critical importance.

Your generosity will be acknowledged in every primary publication we produce—more than 1.6 million publications were distributed last year, and in 2019 every publication will have a digital companion.

Your level of sponsorship can vary based on your desired level of acknowledgement.

Opportunities include:

  • Guaranteed placement in every publication distributed nationwide

  • Prioritized placement in publications, alongside a letter from each law enforcement agency or in the center spread

  • Integrated branding within customized coloring books

  • Exclusive opportunities for sponsorship in digital publications, which will be promoted by both law enforcement agencies (locally) and LAW Publications (nationally)


 

Ready to learn about securing a customized sponsorship package and supporting law enforcement + community relations?