Blog | November 29, 2017

Early Ed Continues to be a Statewide Necessity, Members Say

Maine law enforcement leaders continue to say that early education must not be undervalued.

Maine Sheriffs, Chiefs of Police, and Fight Crime: Invest in Kids members reaffirm that early education is a vital part of a successful society — as they observe every day across Maine.

  • University of Maine Chief of Police Roland LaCroix recognizes that early education is an important step towards accomplishing life goals.

    University of Maine Chief of Police Roland LaCroix recognizes that early education is an important step towards accomplishing life goals.

  • Deputy Chief Jared Mills and Chief of Police Bob Gregoire of Augusta both acknowledge the foundations for success and opportunities for prosperity that stem from early education.

    Deputy Chief Jared Mills and Chief of Police Bob Gregoire of Augusta both acknowledge the foundations for success and opportunities for prosperity that stem from early education.

  • Androscoggin County Sheriff Eric Samson acknowledges the correlation between early education and reaching one’s full potential.

    Androscoggin County Sheriff Eric Samson acknowledges the correlation between early education and reaching one’s full potential.

  • Jay Chief of Police Dick Caton states that “Without early education, kids will more likely be involved in crime and drugs.”

    Jay Chief of Police Dick Caton states that “Without early education, kids will more likely be involved in crime and drugs.”

  • Freeport Chief of Police Susan Nourse believes that, “Without early education, kids' ability to be successful will be inhibited.”

    Freeport Chief of Police Susan Nourse believes that, “Without early education, kids’ ability to be successful will be inhibited.”

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