Monday, July 27, 2009

PGPD Announces Summer Enforcement Initiatives to Combat Loitering and Curfew Violations

Initiative to ensure that County residents understand and obey county and state laws pertaining to loitering and curfews

The Prince George's County Police Department will begin its summer enforcement initiative by enforcing curfew and loitering laws. This is aimed at reducing crimes and opportunities for juveniles to be involved in crime. Parents and guardians should be aware of the curfew laws pertaining to their children seventeen years old and under. Juveniles found loitering without adult supervision and in violation of the curfew law will be taken into custody and charged accordingly. First-time violation will result in a written warning; subsequent fines range from $50 to $250.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Photos of the 2010 Parental Engagement Conference

Your pictures and fotos in a slideshow on MySpace, eBay, Facebook or your website!view all pictures of this slideshow

The Middle School Years

Visits From Engaged Parents and Dedicated Educators