Leigh Maddox

Leigh Maddox is a retired Maryland State police captain and a current board member of LEAP, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. In the 1990's, she worked as a patrol trooper and supervisor; served in the Intelligence Division including a long term undercover assignment in which she infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan; and worked as a criminal investigator, legislative coordinator, public affairs spokesperson, and academy Instructor. Leigh later served as the Commander of the Baltimore Washington Metro Troop, Planning and Research Division, Training Division, and as the coordinator for the racial profiling Consent Decree related to the drug interdiction policies of the Maryland State Police. Leigh now serves as an Leigh Maddox retired Maryland State police captain and board member of LEAP Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, Leigh is also an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law and deputy director for the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service.