Why Early Childhood Matters to Law Enforcement

| May 15, 2015

First Things First:

Why Early Childhood Matters to…
LAW ENFORCEMENT
“I believe it is extremely important for the community to support early childhood education because the statistics are clear. Children form impressions of who they are before the age of six. What they learn in those early formative years goes a long way toward helping them establish their own identities. Law enforcement has a role to play encouraging educators to help young children to learn those concepts key to becoming a contributing member of society. Early education and secondary education is vital to helping young people make positive choices for their lives.”Frank L. Milstead
Director, Arizona Department of Public Safety▶ READ MORE quotes on the importance of early childhood from law enforcement leaders around the state.

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