Law Enforcement Advisory and Development (L.E.A.D.) Council
The Student L.E.A.D. Council is comprised of high school age student leaders in Cedar Hill who desire a greater impact o their community through the development of positive relationships with local law enforcement officials.
The L.E.A.D. Council seeks to:
- Promote participation in local public safety issues
- Promote dialogue with Cedar Hill youth on public safety issues
- Identify and consider possible solutions to public safety issues
Developing a Spirit of Service
As a leader within any community, an individual must seek ways to improve the world around them through acts of service. Servant leadership is the driving philosophy for those dedicated to a life of service to others. To develop a true 'servant leader' mindset, the L.E.A.D. Council will undertake various community service projects. Utilizing their leadership skills, the Council will coordinate needed resources to complete their projects by the end of the Council term which runs from the Fall school semester through the Spring School semester.
In the past, the Council has actively participated in various service projects including:
- Martin Luther King Jr. celebration events
- Collecting toiletry items for senior citizens
- Coordinating a dance for Special Needs students
- Participating in a toy drive
- Assisting in the coordination of a State Youth Action Council conference in Cedar Hill, 2018
The L.E.A.D. Council is open to any high school sophomore through senior who attends school or lives in Cedar Hill and who desires to work in partnership with police officials in various service related projects and community engagement initiatives. If you're interested in becoming part of the 2018-19 L.E.A.D. Council, please submit an application and the required applicant reference forms by August 31st.
Applicant Reference Form