Newsletter

Peer Pressure – Understand how it works

Say you’re sitting around with some friends playing video games and someone mentions a particular game that happens to be one of your favorites. “Oh, that game’s easy. So not worth the time,” one of your friends says dismissively. The…
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Presidents Message & Cyberbullying

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE  I would like to welcome all of you to our new NASSLEO Information Center (NIC). The NIC will be used to disseminate valuable information to our membership on a monthly basis. I hope you enjoy our first topic…
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Reality Check Program Subscription Service

Parents need to stay pro-active with up to date information and have the tools to help their teen or young adult child stay out of trouble and on the right path. The Reality Check Program is launching an inexpensive subscription…
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NASSLEO Information Center (NIC)

Welcome to the new NASSLEO Information Center. (NIC) In cooperation with the Reality Check Program, the National Association of School Safety and Law Enforcement Officials (NASSLEO) will be included in the twice monthly Reality Check Program Newsletter with a designated section. The NIC section will have important information…
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Miami-Dade Schools Police Training

On Wednesday, July 26, 2017, Larry Lawton trained eight (8) highly motivated Miami-Dade Schools Police Resource Officers with the train the trainer technique on the use of the Reality Check Community Policing Program sponsored by a 2017 Byrne Grant. This…
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Larry Lawton and Chief Mike Force to Present at NASSLEO

The National Associations of School Safety and Law Enforcement Officials, which membership is comprised of educators, law enforcement and security directors and officers, as well as other professionals that share the common goal of protecting our students, staff and physical assets….
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NASSLEO – Reality Check Program Video Preview Below

NASSLEO (National Associations of School Safety and Law Enforcement Officials) membership is comprised of educators, law enforcement and security directors and officers, as well as other professionals that share the common goal of protecting our students, staff and physical assets. Each…
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Larry Lawton Visits Federal Prison Coleman

Larry Lawton, Founder and President of the Reality Check Program spoke at Federal Correctional Center Coleman (Medium) and the Woman’s Camp. “At first I was a little nervous and edgy. Not from the inmates, but from the prison administrators and…
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2017 Reality Check Community Champion Award Recipients

The annual Reality Check Community Champion Award was given to four amazing people during the Reality Check Classic Pro-am. The Community Champion Award recognizes a person who helps their community with youth inspired work. Helping young people be the best they can…
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Reality Check Pro-am for Kids a Huge Success

On Friday 3/19/2017 at 6pm the buses came rolling in. Over 100 kids from Fort Lauderdale and all over Broward County arrived at Sawgrass Lanes in Tamarac, Florida to bowl with the best bowlers in the world. The Professional Bowlers…
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Teaching Your Teen to Say No to Drugs

If your teen is getting in with the wrong crowd at school, they’ve lost interest in activities as a family, they have become disrespectful towards you, shirk their chores, are argumentative with you and disappear off without telling you where…
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Reality Check In-School Suspension Program

ed·u·ca·tion 1.     the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university. The Reality Check In-School Suspension program uses the success of the Reality Check Program to open a young person’s eyes and redirect bad behavior….
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What is the Reality Check Community Champion Award?

The Reality Check Foundation gives out an annual award called the Community Champion Award. The Community Champion Award recognizes a person who helps their community with youth inspired work. Helping young people be the best they can be. Click Here To View…
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