Fort Bragg Curfew and Child Supervision Guidelines
As your community is located on Fort Bragg, military police may enforce both Fort Bragg's existing Curfew for Juveniles and Fort Bragg's Child Supervision Guidelines.
The Curfew for Juveniles prohibits youths under the age of 18 from being outdoors later than 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and later than 11 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Fort Bragg Home Alone Policy requires that children under the age of 10 must be directly supervised at all times, including while waiting at bus stops, walking home and playing in common areas like playgrounds.
Parents should also consider the maturity of their children as age is not always the best indicator of a child's ability to behave responsibly. Monitoring your children at bus stops can help prevent unsafe or irresponsible behavior and prevent children from endangering their safety or the safety of other children.
Fort Bragg Child Supervision Guidelines (Home Alone Policy)
|Grades/Ages||Level of Supervision||Length of Time|
|0 yrs to 4th Grade||Direct Supervision||At all times|
|5th and 6th Grade
(at least 10 yrs
|Monitored Care||2 consecutive hrs|
|7th and 8th Grade||Self Care||4 consecutive hours|
|9th and 10th Grade||Self Care||6 consecutive hrs|
|11th and 12th Grade
|Self Care||10 consecutive hrs|
Fort Bragg Curfew for Juveniles
- Juveniles Under the Age of 18 may not be unsupervised outdoors from the hours of 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday - Thursday
- Juveniles Under the Age of 18 may not be unsupervised outdoors from the hours of 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. Friday-Saturday
For more information please review this document.