There's No Evidence That Shows Popular Youth Curfew Laws Work

San Diego CityBeat | June 18, 2008
San Diego’s juvenile curfew law was enacted as a way to cut down on gang violence, and by that standard, it has failed. After 11 years and thousands of curfew citations and arrests since the law took effect, gang-related crimes are up 23 percent this year over last, and gang-related homicides increased 61 percent during that same period.

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