Teen Curfew Is Now Back In Effect

As we enter the summer season here at the Jersey Shore, one Ocean County town has reinstituted its "curfew". This will only affect some in Toms River Township.


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According to a recent Patch article, "The Toms River Police Department has resumed its curfew for those under the age of 18 in the town's barrier island communities. The curfew is in effect through Labor Day in Ortley Beach and the northern beaches. Juveniles 17 and under are barred from being out on the streets without an adult from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., police said."



There are some exceptions to the curfew including:

  • Religious events
  • Work
  • Educational events
  • Private Functions
  • Parental Errands


Do you feel every town in New Jersey should have a "teen" curfew? 

Do You impose your own curfew on your kids?

Post your comments below and let us know what you think.





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