Baltimore – Big changes could be on the way for the city’s youth curfew.
According to the Baltimore Sun, top city leaders are endorsing a plan that would require children younger than 14 to be off the street as early as 9 p.m.
Currently all children younger than 17 can stay out until 11 p.m. on weeknights and until midnight on weekends.
Councilman Brandon M. Scott introduced legislation Monday that would abolish the current curfew for children and teens and instead set a staggered deadline for youths to be indoors based on their age and whether school’s in session.
The police union also supports the change, but says parents, not police, should be tasked with enforcing it.
Read more at CBS BALTIMORE.