Baltimore's curfew center began four years ago — a collaborative effort among police, the school system and social services — to get kids off the street and away from potential harm.Now if only there were a center to pick up mobs of roaming parents.
Their work has taken on a new urgency as other cities grapple with so-called "flash robs," most notably Philadelphia, which moved up its curfew to 9 p.m. in hopes of combating large, roving groups of young people who caused mayhem there.
September 1, 2011
Baltimore City's curfew center
To round up wandering kids in an effort to combat mobs of roving teens. From the Sun: