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Cascade County law enforcement leaders want lawmakers to "saddle up" in support of quality early childhood programs

April 15, 2015

The report highlights the wide array of ways children and communities benefit from quality early education. Unfortunately, many of these...read more

Yellowstone County area top law enforcement "saddle up" in support of quality early childhood programs

February 25, 2015

While the educational benefits of these early childhood programs have been well-known for years, the local members of Fight Crime:...read more

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Great Falls Police Chief David Bowen and Cascade County Attorney John Parker release a report urging lawmakers to 'saddle up' and support increased investments in early childhood care and education.

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Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder, County Attorney Scott Twito, Billings Chief of Police Rich St. John, and Laurel Chief of Police Rick Musson release the report “Saddle Up, Montana: It’s Time to Make Early Investments in Kids."

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Fight Crime member Cascade County Sheriff Bob Edwards and business leader John Pepper meet with Gov. Steve Bullock, Rep Bob Mehlhoff, Rep Rae Pepper, Rep Pat Noonan and Rep Ken Homlund (not pictured).

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Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder, County Attorney Scott Twito, Billings Chief of Police Rich St. John, and Laurel Chief of Police Rick Musson release the report “Saddle Up, Montana: It’s Time to Make Early Investments in Kids."

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Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder, County Attorney Scott Twito, Billings Chief of Police Rich St. John, and Laurel Chief of Police Rick Musson release the report “Saddle Up, Montana: It’s Time to Make Early Investments in Kids."

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Fight Crime member Cascade County Sheriff Bob Edwards and business leader John Pepper meet with Gov. Steve Bullock.
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Montana Sheriff Joins Nationwide Campaign to Prevent Child Abuse
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Law Enforcement Discuss Child Abuse Prevention with Rep. Denny Rehberg
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Law Enforcement Discuss Child Abuse Prevention with Sen. Jon Tester
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Law Enforcement Discuss Child Abuse Prevention with Sen. Max Baucus

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Cascade County Law Enforcers Support a “Head Start” on Crime Prevention

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Billings, Montana Leaders Stress Strong Support for Early Childhood Education

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Missoula Police Chief reads to children at the local Head Start

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Law Enforcement Leaders Meet with Senator Max Baucus to Discuss Child Tax Credit

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Sheriff James Cashell of Gallatin County and County Attorney Dennis Paxinos of Yellowstone County ask Senator Tester to be a champion for increased funding for Head Start, Early Head Start and quality child care.

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McGrath, McGee encourage passage of SCHIP to give more children health care coverage.

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids is an anti-crime organization of over 5,000 police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors, and violence survivors. We take a hard look at the research about what prevents kids from becoming criminals and put 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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