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Colorado Law Enforcement Leaders: Invest in Early Education or Foot Bigger Prison Bill Later

September 18, 2009

DENVER (September 18, 2009) -- At a news conference today,...read more

Grand Jct. Police Chief: Cut Crime by Investing in Early Education

March 5, 2009

Contact: Matt Lambert National Communications Director Fight Crime: Invest in Kids 202.631.0128 mlambert@fightcrime.org GRAND JUNCTION, COLO....read more

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Grand Junction, Pueblo Chiefs meet with US Representative John Salazar in Washington to discuss the need for early education.

Grand Junction

Grand Junction

Grand Junction

Grand Junction Police Chief Bill Gardner reads with kids following a news conference in support of efforts to cut crime by increasing education.
Pueblo

Pueblo

Pueblo and Colorado Springs Law Enforcement Call for Early Education Investments as a Way to Reduce Crime
B2S Denver

B2S Denver

Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers, Milliken Chief James Burack Back Quality Early Learning as a Way to Reduce Prison Costs, Cut Crime

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Colorado takes a hard look at research about what prevents kids from becoming criminals and puts that information in the hands of policymakers and the general public.

EARLY CARE
AND EDUCATION

Early education programs can offer high-quality learning environments that prepare kids for school and help them avoid a life of crime.

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CHILD ABUSE
AND NEGLECT

Evidence-based home visiting programs can prevent child abuse and neglect and reduce later crime and violence.

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SCHOOL
PROGRAMS

Enriching education for all kids leads to more successful individuals and communities.

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TROUBLED
KIDS

Prevention and intervention programs that use research-based techniques are essential to making our schools and our neighborhoods safer.

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