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Should our teens have a teen curfew implemented in our neighborhoodWhat is there to do so late at night Thats what many parents ask their children But The answer they get out of their kids is usually the biggest lie ever Imposing a curfew toKeep our teenagers off the streets at night isnt the answer Curfews are an impractical Solution to a serious problem says Bob Harkins of the Teenage Review Todays kids Arent likely to listen to theses laws anyway In order for a curfew to work parents would Have to implement it Todays police officers are to busy and the lack the numbers to Baby-sit our countries children Plus in order for this to work you would need the parents Support and many parents either dont know about the curfew or just simply dont care But on the other hand many people agree that a curfew would work our neighborhoods Problems If you chase people off the streets and lock them in their doors there Behavior is bound to change says Time MagazineThe one main conflict will be is are the people really going to listen to these rules If change is applied Rules are made to be broken is the way many teenagers live today Many parents would love this idea but then you have the kids who totally disagree with the idea and want to be free This would also cuts into peoples civil rights as a citizen of the United States But no matter what people say it is impossible to please everyone and kids and parents are going to have different views about the whole thingAll in all I believe that giving a universal curfew is very foolish My reasoning behind this is the fact that having other people parent your children isnt right The other people being the police officers have better thing to worry about like murders and violence not making sure little tommy is
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