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Mansfield Twp. police are collecting used clothing for their Law Enforcement Against Drugs Program

MANSFIELD TOWNSHIP, NJ (Warren County) – The Mansfield Township Police Department announced Wednesday the arrival of their used clothing bin which will help fund their Law Enforcement Against Drugs program.

Law Enforcement Against Drugs is a program that teaches the children about the dangers of drug use, the importance of a positive lifestyle and encourages positive interactions between the children and Police. Officer Madonna is the department’s LEAD Officer and he is proud to bring this program to the children.

The Mansfield Township Elementary School, with it’s continued support of the program, approved the placement of the bin in the front parking lot of the school, which is located at 50 Port Murray Road Port Murray, NJ 07865, police said.

The bins accept tied off bags containing clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, blankets, sheets, pillowcases, drapes and stuffed toys.

The LEAD program is compensated with a predetermined amount of money per pound of clothing donated.

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By: Jay Edwards Follow on Twitter | Like on Facebook

(Photo: Courtesy Mansfield Township Police Department)