Gun violence and the public’s distrust of the law enforcers are complicated societal issues that can’t be solved immediately despite it being a priority of the government. To resolve these problems, a particular newspaper suggests a simple change in policy that can address both without actually causing any monetary expenditure from the state.
Everything just starts to suck once your parents hand you that curfew. But while you’re busy moping, there are a whole lot of things you can do while at home. You just have to be creative, and you’ll see the fun out of it.
There is an old saying that goes, “Honey attracts stronger than fecal matter,” if you can excuse my French. This same tactic is essential to raising kids and many of you may already be doing something to this degree. Now, if you are struggling, then, it might be hard for you to do what we call a “reward system“. As well as implementing a cheaper, or perhaps a more lucrative reward system for those who are well-off, we are going to focus doing this around curfew.
Juvenile curfew laws are ordinances within a city, county, and state that forbid minors—those under 18 years of age—to roam around the city streets on their own or stay inside business establishments without their parents or guardians with them. The law is pretty basic and that means no minor must be found loitering streets and alleys at a certain time, usually between 10 pm to 6 am, depending on the city or state. But, the same rule applies – if these minors are caught, there will be penalties and punishments.
Why is curfew necessary?
Crimes involving teenagers are at an all-time high. These teenagers get into trouble when they are out at night with their so-called friends, their “crew,” and the “gang.”This is especially true when teens, by virtue of peer pressure or lack of parental attention, venture into alcohol or substance abuse and would end up having to seek help for addiction. In order to control incidents involving minors, this curfew was practiced countrywide. The point here is to save these children from getting harmed. That is the main agenda as to why major cities in the US enforce this law.
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