WHAT WE DO
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.
Oct 9th 2013Clinton County Sheriff Hosts Event at Jail to Spotlight Crime Reduction and Incarceration Through Broader Access to Quality Preschool
Clinton County Sheriff Wayne Kangas said, “Many of the people in my jail began a path toward incarceration at a young age encountering academic problems, dropping out of school and becoming involved in crime. An investment in high-quality early education and care instead offers children a path toward productivity and success."
Sep 16th 2013Michigan 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
Congressman Fred Upton (R – 6th CD), joined law enforcement leaders at the Kalamazoo County Jail for the report release and a jail tour.
May 8th 2013Michigan Law Enforcement Leaders Call for Medicaid Extension