WHAT WE DO
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.
Dec 4th 2013San Francisco Law Enforcement Leaders, State Senator Visit High-Quality Preschool, Support Early Education to Prevent Crime
District Attorney Gascón, Chief Suhr and Senator Mark Leno met at The Salvation Army Harbor House Child Development Center in San Francisco.
Sep 26th 2013California 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
Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood, Kern County District Attorney Lisa Green, and Bakersfield Police Chief Greg Williamson spoke at the event.
Jun 24th 2013Law Enforcement Leaders Support Reinvestment of $55 Million in State Budget for Early Care and Education Programs in California
Members of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids hosted a teleconference to discuss the current state budget proposal which includes $55 million in increased funding for early care and education programs in California.