Corporate policy leading to law enforcement can be very confusing. The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy states if you are under 18 you’ll need an adult guardian over 30 years of age.
The writer of this piece sits in the dilemma created when published policy creates a #LockedOut situation for those whom society says are adults!
I’m 29 years young, a parent of toddler, a ministry leader and mentor to youth ages 15-17, and colleague of another 29-year-old whose little sister is 13, they both miss the mark by 1 year.
Trying to gain clarity doesn’t work, even when the President and CEO, Mark Wallace joins The Mildred Gaddis Show to answer some questions regarding Detroit River Days policy for admissions.
Source: L. Fruge / River Front Conservancy
(DETROIT) As many of you who follow me on social media (Miss Fruge) know I’ve been extremely vocal about the previously proposed 4-day curfew and the GM River Days Admission Policy. Many aren’t aware these are similar but separate issues. Excuse my longevity in advance…I got a lot to say…
The Detroit Police Department requested that a 4-day curfew be implemented for minors under age 18 during both River Days and The Fireworks (June 18-22). The GM River Days curfew would be from 8 pm to 6 am in the Downtown/Detroit River area (3rd St, Lodge Fwy, Fisher Fwy,/I-75, Ext. of I-75, Gratiot, Vernor Hwy, Chene and Atwater to Chene Park) whereas the Ford Fireworks curfew would be from 6 pm to 6 am city wide (which has been in place since 2011). It was also proposed parents, not children, would…
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