Blog | April 30, 2018

Members Stress Importance of Early Education

Chiefs of Police and Fight Crime: Invest in Kids members hypothesize a grim world without early education

Law enforcement leaders throughout Maine provide their reasons for supporting early childhood education.

  • Chief Neil Williams of the Cape Elizabeth Police Department acknowledges the link between early education and academic success.

    Chief Neil Williams of the Cape Elizabeth Police Department acknowledges the link between early education and academic success.

  • Mechanic Falls Chief of Police Jeff Goss says, ”Without early education, students are 70% more likely to be involved in crime.”

    Mechanic Falls Chief of Police Jeff Goss says, ”Without early education, students are 70% more likely to be involved in crime.”

  • Baileyville Chief of Police Bob Fitzsimmons sees early education as an important part of creating a foundation of trust.

    Baileyville Chief of Police Bob Fitzsimmons sees early education as an important part of creating a foundation of trust.

  • Bucksport Chief of Police Sean Geagan offers his thoughts on early education, “Our children are our future, teach them well and let them lead the way!”

    Bucksport Chief of Police Sean Geagan offers his thoughts on early education, “Our children are our future, teach them well and let them lead the way!”

  • York Chief of Police Doug Bracy says, “Youth are the leaders of tomorrow. Let’s give them the support they deserve.”

    York Chief of Police Doug Bracy says, “Youth are the leaders of tomorrow. Let’s give them the support they deserve.”

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