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New Jersey has had curfew law since 1992. It prohibits juveniles from being in the streets from 11pm - 5:30am. Many residents throughout New Jersey doesn't even realize New Jersey have a curfew law.
With the violence that's taking place throughout New Jersey, citizens are now wondering why this law is not being enforced. When you have so many of our children dying in these mean streets, the city and state should do whatever ever they can to ensure our youth survival.
Yes parents can do a better job of making sure that their children are in the house safe at night. But when school is out many children spend the summer hanging out in the streets at all hours of the night. Police officers have been seen spotting juveniles and riding right pass them after the curfew hours. Minors that are caught in the streets after the appropriate hours can serve 90 hours of community service, and parents can be fine as much as $1,000.
The question is, why isn't the curfew law being enforced throughout New Jersey? The law is the law. Police officers do not have the right to pick and choose which law to enforce. Especially when a simple curfew law can save the lives of our youth. This article is not intended to relieve parents of their responsibility to protect their child or children and making sure they're safe. At the same time though police should play their part also. Enforcing the curfew law may not resolve anything. But if it's a slim chance that it may save the life of a child, then it's a law worth enforcing.
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