Baltimore’s Summer Curfew Back In Effect Memorial Day Weekend

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– The City’s summer curfew is back in effect Saturday.

Until the end of August, children under the age of 14 cannot be out past 9 p.m through 6 a.m.

The curfew for 14 to 16 years old’s is 11 p.m through 6 a.m.

In case of curfew violation, youth will be transported to a Youth Connection Center (YCC), where they will be provided a safe, engaging and healthy environment, including recreational activities, to wait for a parent or guardian.

If no parent, guardian or adult relative can be located, or if no one arrives to take charge of the young person by 4 a.m., they will either be returned home (if a parent or guardian has been contacted) or referred to Baltimore City Department of Social Services (DSS).

If child is under 13 years old upon arrival at a YCC, the child will be referred to Baltimore City DSS.

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