In a memo that has yet to be officially released, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison details how his department plans to enforce the youth curfew in the city this summer.

The policy says that youth found violating the curfew will be warned three times, in two languages if possible, about leaving the area. Children violating the curfew will be taken to Youth Connection Centers, but only if they consent to it, according to the policy.

Body-worn cameras must be activated before the announcement is made, according to the policy.

The policy also says that officers are not to take youth into custody if the only law they violate is the curfew.... Read More: FOX45