100% Online - Curfew Class
A two hour curfew class that you can stop and start anytime you want - on your schedule! This curfew class is completely self-paced. Just sign out and come back later; the computer will take you back to where you ended. That's right, work on it 10 minutes at a time; sometimes more, sometimes less - you choose. It's only two hours long.
Wyoming Curfew Laws
Statewide Curfew Laws
City Curfew Laws
No statewide Wyoming curfew law was found which specifies a curfew for juveniles. Though no specific curfew law was found for Wyoming, there is a satute (law) that declares if a parent does not subject their child to "reasonable parental control" including curfews, the parent is liable for failure to exercise reasonable control and authority. [more]
Please be advised that your county, township or city may have an ordinance (local law) specifying a curfew for juveniles. You are advised to contact your city, township, local juvenile department or local police department to see if there are curfew laws in your particular region in your state.
14-6-244. Parental liability for failure to exercise reasonable control and authority.
(a)� A parent or guardian having custody of a child shall exercise such parental control and authority over the child as is reasonably necessary to prevent the child from engaging in delinquent acts.
(b)� If the court finds at the hearing of a juvenile petition that the parent or guardian having custody of the child has failed or neglected to subject the juvenile to reasonable parental control and authority, and that such failure or neglect is the proximate cause of the act or acts of the juvenile upon which a finding of delinquency is based, the court may, if the child is placed on probation, require the parent or guardian to furnish a cash deposit or bond in an amount not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500.00), conditioned upon the faithful discharge of the conditions of the child's probation.
(c)� The court may declare all or part of a cash deposit or bond posted under subsection (b) of this section forfeited if:
(i)� The juvenile commits a subsequent delinquent act or is found to be in contempt of court or to have violated the terms of his probation; and
(ii)� The court, after hearing, finds that the child's act was proximately caused by the failure or neglect of the parent or guardian to subject the juvenile to reasonable parental control and authority, including, but not limited to, enforcement of curfew, home detention, school attendance, or other conditions of probation.
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Last Updated: October 31, 2011
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The Offender Solutions® Inc. online curfew class is intended to be a diversion / education class available to juvenile departments, teen courts, peer courts and youth courts. Our curfew class is appropriate for juveniles of any age and takes approximately 2 hour to complete.
This is a 100% completely online curfew class that is 100% self paced. That's right, you can stop and start anytime you want - on your time schedule! ? Sign out and come back later, the computer will take you back to where you ended. Work on it a half hour at a time, more sometimes, less others - you choose.