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New Data Shows Decline in Suspensions & Expulsions in California
Categories: 2014 | California | News Releases

San Francisco Law Enforcement Leaders, State Senator Visit High-Quality Preschool, Support Early Education to Prevent Crime
Categories: 2013 | California | Early Education | News Releases

“I’m the Guy You Pay Later”—California Sheriffs, Chiefs and Prosecutors Urge America to Cut Crime By Investing Now in High-Quality Early Education and Care
Categories: 2013 | California | Early Education | Report

Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood interacts with preschoolers at the Ming Avenue Child Development Center in Bakersfield on September 26 after releasing a new report on the impact of early education on public safety.
Categories: 2013 | California | Picture

California Law Enforcement Leaders Release Report Showing State-Federal Early Learning Proposal Could Lead to 13,000 Fewer Prisoners, Save State $1.1 Billion Each Year
Categories: 2013 | California | News Releases

Law Enforcement Leaders Support Reinvestment of $55 Million in State Budget for Early Care and Education Programs in California
Categories: 2013 | California | Early Education | News Releases

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Response to “Willful Defiance” Data
Categories: 2013 | California | News Releases | Troubled Kids

Law Enforcement Officials Visit Capitol to Seek Legislative Support for Early Education and Dropout Prevention
Categories: 2013 | California | Early Education | News Releases | Troubled Kids

Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen (center) visited the Renaissance Academy in San Jose with Assemblymember Nora Campos (D-San Jose) and Councilmember Xavier Campos.
Categories: California | Picture

Members of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids met with California Governor Jerry Brown and asked him to protect funding for programs scientifically proven to keep kids away from crime. L to R: San Bernardino County District Attorney Michael A. Ramos, San Mateo Police Chief Susan Manheimer, Gov. Brown and Sacramento Police Chief Rick Braziel.
Categories: California | Picture

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