was written by Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, which comprises more than 2,500 attorneys general, police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors, other law-enforcement leaders and violence survivors.
According to Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, nearly 40 percent of seriously abused and neglected children left in abusive and neglectful homes will become violent criminals when they grow up.
The report, written by a group that includes a Sanford Newman, president of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, pediatrician, a child development professor, a criminologist and two former police chiefs, also includes answers from a survey of police chiefs.
Details: "America's Child Care Crisis: A Crime Prevention Tragedy" is free of charge of the Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Web site, http://www.
Robert Lehner is the police chief of Eugene and a member of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
The report closes with a call from the members of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
Illinois to public officials to adopt a plan to close the after-school gap.
Attorney General Elliot Richardson, a founder and Advisory Committee member of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
said, "A few years down the road, state and federal governments will actually have more money--whether for Social Security or tax cuts--if they invest in this plan today.
Recently, Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
Oregon - an organization of more than 65 police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors and victims of violence in Oregon - released a report on preventing crime by preventing child abuse and neglect.
A recent report from Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
has found that violent juvenile crime is most likely to occur between 3 p.