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Clinton County Sheriff Hosts Event at Jail to Spotlight Crime Reduction and Incarceration Through Broader Access to Quality Preschool

October 9, 2013

Clinton County Sheriff Wayne Kangas said, “Many of the people in my jail began a path toward incarceration at a...read more

Michigan Law Enforcement Leaders Release Report Showing State-Federal Early Learning Proposal Could Lead to 4,300 Fewer Prisoners and Save Michigan $200 Million Every Year

September 16, 2013

Congressman Fred Upton (R – 6th CD), joined law enforcement leaders at the Kalamazoo County Jail for the report release...read more

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Three sheriffs hold event at Clinton County Jail to support early childhood investments
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Michigan law enforcement leaders release a report and letter signed by more than 1,000 members to Cong. Fred Upton (MI-6th) showing a state-federal early learning proposal could lead to 4,300 fewer prisoners each year and save Michigan $200 million every year
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Members Met with U.S. Rep. Fred Upton on Proposed State-Federal Partnership to Fund Home Visiting and High Quality Preschool
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Michigan Law Enforcement Leaders Seek Rep. Upton's Support for Child Abuse Prevention, Home Visiting Funds

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Stabenow Champion Crime Fighter Award

Stabenow Champion Crime Fighter Award

Senator Stabenow Accepts Crime Fighter Award

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Crime Prevention and Intervention Day in Berrien County

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Fight Crime Executive Committee Member and Grand Ledge Police Chief Martin Underhill presents Eaton County IT Director Dr. Robert Sobie and Eaton County Prosecutor Jeff Sauter with the Crime Fighter award for their innovations in public administration

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Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Michigan members at the Michigan Capitol

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Chief Catherine Garcia-Lindstrom, of Walker Police Department in Kent County, Mich., discusses the need for home visitation and parent coaching programs with U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) at her office in Washington, D.C.

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Michigan is a non-profit anti-crime organization led by Michigan law enforcement leaders and crime survivors who know that some of the most powerful weapons in our arsenal to fight crime are programs proven to help kids get the right start – like high quality after-school programs, early childhood school readiness, child abuse and neglect prevention, and programs that get troubled kids back on track.

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EARLY
EDUCATION

Provide all families access to quality early learning programs proven to cut crime.

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AFTER
SCHOOL

Shut down “Prime Time for Juvenile Crime” by assuring families access to youth development programs for the after-school and summer hours.

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TROUBLED
KIDS

Promote the In-Home Care incentive for counties that utilize evidence-based community-based services for juveniles.

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