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Law Enforcement Leaders Say Early Learning Leads to Success in School, Cuts Crime

December 16, 2015

It's not often that children at the Broadway Learning Center have a sheriff, police chiefs, and prosecutor show up for...read more

5,000 law enforcement leaders urge extension of home visiting to address 600 percent rise in incarceration of women

November 18, 2014

Begun in 2010, legislation provides states and communities with funds to implement voluntary home visiting for expectant and new mothers...read more

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Centralia Chief Bob Berg, Thurston County Sheriff John Snaza and Cowlitz County Sheriff Mark Nelson with Senator John Braun (R-Centralia)

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Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury, Ephrata Chief Mike Warren, Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Spokane Valley Chief Rick Van Leuven and Fight Crime: Invest in Kids State Director Laura Wells meet in Spokane to discuss the Strong Start for America’s Children Act.

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Benton County Sheriff Steve Keane, Kennewick Chief Ken Hohenberg, Benton County Prosecuting Attorney Andy Miller (at podium) and Richland Chief Chris Skinner discuss the importance of quality in early learning programs.

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South Bend Law Enforcement Leaders Say Early Learning Cuts Crime
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Walla Walla Law Enforcement Leaders Tout Early Education
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Tacoma Leaders Head Back to School, Shoring up Support for Early Childhood Education
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Back to School: Congressman Reichert and Chief Bob Lee Visit Head Start Students

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Former King County Sheriff Sue Rahr Discusses Value of Early Learning Programs

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Yakima County Sheriff Ken Irwin Speaks Out Against Child Abuse

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Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury discussed early childhood education with Senator Patty Murray

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Centralia Police Chief Bob Berg and Shelton Police Chief Terry Davenport Support Voluntary Home Visiting to Cut Child Abuse and Neglect

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Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury (left) Mason County Undersheriff Jim Barrett Testify in Support of Early Learning

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