Time to Go Home
Most Common Curfews  <ul><li>City Curfews
-Ages: 12 – 17
-Hours: 8pm – 6 am
Mall Curfews
-Ages: Under 17
-Hours: 3pm
Wausau Curfew </li></ul>
The Purpose is to Protect <ul><li>Ensures safety
Eliminates chances of youths being involved in dangerous situations
Business notices
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Time to Go Home

  1. 1. Time to Go Home
  2. 2. Most Common Curfews <ul><li>City Curfews
  3. 3. -Ages: 12 – 17
  4. 4. -Hours: 8pm – 6 am
  5. 5. Mall Curfews
  6. 6. -Ages: Under 17
  7. 7. -Hours: 3pm
  8. 8. Wausau Curfew </li></ul>
  9. 9. The Purpose is to Protect <ul><li>Ensures safety
  10. 10. Eliminates chances of youths being involved in dangerous situations
  11. 11. Business notices
  12. 12. Penalties
  13. 13. Safe at home </li></ul>
  14. 14. Mall Curfews <ul><li>The Problem?
  15. 15. -Loitering, profanity, noise, violence, etc...
  16. 16. Example: Galleria – St. Louis, MO
  17. 17. -3pm on Fridays and Saturdays
  18. 18. -Age
  19. 19. Mall of America - 1995 </li></ul>
  20. 20. Benefits to Business? <ul><li>International Council of Shopping
  21. 21. -64 of 1417 malls have youth escort policies
  22. 22. Less loitering leads to more buyers
  23. 23. Shopping with parents
  24. 24. What do businesses say? </li></ul>
  25. 25. Other Options
  26. 26. Family Curfews <ul><li>Family matter
  27. 27. -based on maturity
  28. 28. Punishments
  29. 29. Government interference </li></ul>
  30. 30. No Impact? <ul><li>Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention statistic
  31. 31. Discriminating
  32. 32. Waste of time
  33. 33. -ID Checks
  34. 34. -keeping track of exceptions
  35. 35. Fines
  36. 36. Where should the money go </li></ul>
  37. 37. Violation of Rights <ul><li>National Youth Rights Association, American Civil Liberties Union, Parents, and Teens object
  38. 38. “Quick Fix” - Simple and inexpensive
  39. 39. Where is the real danger
  40. 40. Understanding the teen </li></ul>
  41. 41. “You're not people, you're children!”
  42. 42. The real problem... <ul>is that it's more than just a curfew. </ul>

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