What time is curfew in Worthington?
For children age 12 and under, the hours are from dark to dawn unless with a parent or guardian or on a legitimate errand as directed by his or her parent or guardian. For youth ages 13 to 17, the hours are from midnight to 6:00 a.m. unless he or she is with a parent or guardian or on a legitimate errand as directed by a parent or guardian, or directly en route to or from employment.

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1. What number do I call in case of an emergency?
2. My Identity was stolen, what do I do?
3. Can I get a copy of a police or accident report?
4. Do you take fingerprints for employment?
5. Can I arrange for a tour of the police department?
6. What time is curfew in Worthington?
7. My neighbor’s dog is barking, what can the police do?
8. My neighbor has a car/truck that does not move for days at a time, what can the police do?
9. Can a speaker be requested for a local citizen group meeting?
10. I’m locked out of my car. Can you help me get into it?
11. What are the age restrictions regarding children and car seats?
12. Who do I contact to get a Knox Box?
13. Can the police tell me how many points/accidents there are on my driving record?
14. Can I get a photo I.D. at the police department?
15. I received a speeding ticket. Can the police department tell me how much I have to pay?
16. My electric is out. Can the police tell me when the power will come back on?
17. What day will my trash be picked up?
18. My street hasn’t been plowed yet since the snowstorm. When will it be plowed?