Sometimes walking is a teenager’s only means of transportation. This bylaw is taking away teenagers independence, which is what parents are striving to teach throughout childhood, this bylaw doesn’t even allow minors to be in a public place during curfew hours if they have permission from a parent or guardian. This bylaw takes away any family fun, family BBQ’s will no longer be the same, if people are constantly at risk of being fined for being too loud, and enjoying life, fundraisers, bake sales, car washes, school spring flings, are all at risk of being shut down for disturbing the peace or panhandling. This bylaw also goes against the Charter or Rights and Freedom, as it is removing freedom from the residents of Taber. Community Standards Bylaw 4-2015 is unnecessary and needs to be revisited and revised while including a legal team and input from the community members of Taber as the bylaw does not provide Taber residents any benefits and it is only a hindrance to activities of daily living, independence and freedom.
It is very prohibited to talk on the phone in school areas because there is a lot of kids walking to school or getting off of their parents vehicles to walk into school and you can hit them and severely injure them or even cause death. If the police see’s you he will give you a ticket for talking on the phone in prohibited areas. Many people die each year because they talk on the phone causing more deaths each year. In today’s life I see a lot of people talking on the
I saw many things happen that a kid that age shouldn't have, including people getting robbed and beat up by some older kids while on my way to school. My mom decided this wasn't the right place for me to grow up in. Seeing all these kids on the streets doing nothing but participating in
Harley Matt has managed to get himself into all different kinds of unthinkable trouble for a kid his age, and has been given and bad name around the town within the first few days of moving to Wattle Beach. Despite that she is related to the boys, aunt Beryl does not welcome them as family, her only interest in letting the boys stay with her is so that she can obtain their social security payments. She is far from
Catherine would “forget” to feed him breakfast, and at dinner time he was to stand in the garage or the basement while the family ate. David began stealing food from kids at school just to survive. That didn’t last long, as the school started to catch on to the missing lunches, which led to phone calls from the principal home to Catherine. That led to less food at home for David, as well as many more beatings. David no longer existed in his family, and he was now referred to as “The Boy”.
News Observation Paper Gang turf wars endure in south Orange County http://articles.latimes.com/2008/jun/30/local/me-sanjuan30 Currently, a number of children are being pressured into gang violence and activity. As mentioned in the article a South County school teacher, Gia Lugo, a resident of San Juan Capistrano, feels it is necessary to take extra precautions in her city, due to the cities gang violence and vandalism problems occurring. When teaching she was always “Careful not to let students know that she lives in San Juan Capistrano and never told people in San Juan where she worked.” Lugo believes that outreach programs are important to help children and there families in gang prevention and education because, “merely arresting kids isn’t going to fix anything. We want police to crack down, but enforcement is not enough.” One resident frustrated with the problem says that, “The community has to bond and
Unfortunately, some parents are poor examples for their children and show their children bad behavior through example like gang and criminal activities. In some cases criminal behavior is all that people know and all they know is how to take from others and possibly harm or kill them in return to help them survive. It is clear that recidivism is also linked to substance abuse, and single-family
Gang violence has been an issue since the 1980’s and active in all 50 states. Gang violence is on the rise and they are not only present in the urban areas but rural and suburban as well. There are 27,900 with about 774,000 members impacting our communities across the United States (US Dept of Justice, 2008). Gangs create the majority of crimes that involve weapons and drugs. Gangs are becoming a growing problem in our society and its young members are turning away from family and school to destroy their lives.
They tried taking away my TV, phone, and videogames but I would always end up getting into trouble again. On the other hand, when my dad spanked me I always hated it because I could never sit down for a couple hours after that. That addition of pain had a way bigger effect on me than taking away something. One of my personal experiences is when I was about 7 years old. I had just got out of the shower and my mom asked me if I washed my hair and I lied and told her I had when I never did.
The increase in violent crime by youth is an alarming trend that has many contributing factors. An environment where violence is fed to our youth daily from all avenues including, home, school, and the media can only reinforce the concept of violence as the answer to our problems. Who has the answer for such dramatic damage in our society? Experts who have studied youthful offenders state that most of them grew up in broken and abusive families marked by drugs and alcohol, violence and mental illness. Abuse at such an early age can lead to aggression and violence (The New York Times, 2000).