Corporate Clients Utilize Reality Check Program DVD

Walk around any trade show and you will be able to collect a bag full of trade show giveaway items all designed to promote business. Everyone enjoys receiving a gift. Gift giving creates a favorable impression. It can build goodwill, be an incentive, communicate a message, and create awareness. However, how many promotional giveaways do an effective job?

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Think about trade show junkies, those folks who love to fill a bag of items to bring back to their kid’s – does this help promote your business? Are these items really providing value for the dollars you are spending?

DVD Yellow CircleHere is a great idea! What about giving away something that will be kept in the home for a long time, have your name on it, and make a lasting impression on family members, friends and business associates. The DVD is also passed around to help other families, in turn, giving your business even more exposure. The nationally recognized Reality Check Program DVD helps teens and young adults make better choices and possibly avoid making a bad choice that could ruin the rest of their lives. What a concept, help a family – and promote your business. The family you help will share with other families, a multiplier effect to promote your business.

To learn more about how affordable the corporate program really is,  email: or call 321-327-2921.

Community policing and how it can work – Reality Check Program DVD

Community PolicingCommunity policing and how it can work. The “Us Against Them” mentality that the citizens in certain communities and the police have can be fixed, Here is how……

While the majority of data shows that community policing works, it is how it is implemented that is so important.

We applaud NYC with its Broken Window’s Program and use of citizens and community leaders. We also applaud Lake Saint Louis, Missouri PD who use the Reality Check Program DVD to help families as a community policing tool. Giving out the RCP DVD shows the citizens the police care BEFORE a major incident happens.

When the community sees the police are willing to work with an ex-con and the #1 program to help their child, the police gain true partners. Most families have a member who made some serious mistakes and has a record, or is an addict, or at least they know of a relative, or friend, who Read More »

Larry Lawton becomes the first ex-con in the United States to become an Honorary Police Officer

Larry Lawton Swearing-inIt is all about second chances – Larry Lawton gets a second chance from the Lake Saint Louis police department

In 1996 Larry Lawton was arrested and subsequently convicted of Hobbs Sac Robbery (Racketeering) in connection with jewelry store robberies. He served four – twelve year sentences run concurrently in Federal Prison. Upon his release in 2007, Larry developed the nationally recognized Reality Check Program which helps young people understand the consequences of their actions.

An independent quantitative analysis done on the Reality Check Program by a college showed a 90% success rate of young people not going back to jail, 70% had better attitudes, 43% had Read More »

Helping Cops Become The Best They Can Be. Thank You Director Neubauer. By: Larry Lawton

Helping cops become better cops. By: Larry Lawton

Since my trip to Lake Saint Louis, MO and my subsequent swearing-in as a Lake Saint Louis Police Officer a lot has been happening. Seeing law enforcement from a different perspective has been eye-opening and rewarding.Chief Mike Force and Judge Silverman

Helping law enforcement understand the mindset of people who made mistakes and how better to communicate with people is something the Lake Saint Louis Police Department saw immediately. I was asked to teach a police academy class at the Eastern Missouri Law Enforcement Training Center by Director Ron Neubauer.  Mr. Neubauer is the past Read More »

Heroin use on the rise – It is all about being pro-active – By: Larry Lawton, President of the Reality Check Program

heroin-addictionLarry Lawton, Founder and President of the Reality Check Program, deals with young people and addiction on a daily basis.

The spread of heroin use is not exclusive to any socioeconomic demographic. What was traditionally viewed as an urban drug – confined to the streets and underpasses of major cities, has now made its way into the confines of small town communities across the country.

The rise of heroin use isn’t necessarily an anomaly. With the recent rise of prescription drug abuse, police and health providers are cracking down on the availability of pills. Oxycontin, one of the most Read More »