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A seven-part series of exclusive features focusing on different aspects of crime.
arrowIntroduction
arrow Yob culture
arrowElectronic tagging
arrowMiscarriages of justice
arrowOrganised crime
arrowCybercrime
arrowDrug courts
arrowPolice and firearms
Perspectives
arrowCalifornia curfew
arrowA night out in Derby
Talking Point
arrowAre curfews the solution?
Forum
arrowAnn Widdecombe and Simon Hughes answer your questions
arrowLord Bassam answers your questions
survey
Are curfews an effective way of keeping youngsters out of trouble?
survey results graph
On the spot fines for rowdy behaviour are likely to be effective
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arrowMore on the survey
Links
arrowHome Office
arrowNACRO
arrowLiberty
arrowCenter on Juvenile and Criminal Justice
arrowAn Analysis of Curfew Enforcement and Juvenile Crime in California
arrowCurfew.org: Fighting Youth Curfews (US)

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  "In many jurisdictions serious juvenile crime increased at the very time officials were toting the crime reduction effects of strict curfew enforcement."
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US Justice Policy Institute



Deborah Clarke
Deborah Clarke says Liberty is planning to challenge curfews in the courts

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  "Curfews like this are almost impossible to police"
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Chris Stanley, Nacro


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Chris Stanley says curfews are “unfair”

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  "Children have a right to be on the streets"
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Deborah Clarke, Liberty

Yob culture: Calling time on the lads?
Peter Gould's report

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