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    Default What is the time limit/cerfew for cadets according to your bylaws?

    I was wondering do any of you guys have a cerfew for cadets being to the firehouse? For my department on a school night you can not be there past 10:00 p.m. and on a weekend night/non school night it is 11:00 p.m., what are your guys rules? Please share.

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    I am not sure if you are talking about when we are allowed to go to calls and when not, or if you are talking about just being there. But eithere way it is the same for us. School ends at 3, we are allowed to go to any call from 3 to 10 PM. Then we have to stay home and at 6:00Am we are allowed to go to calls. But that is almost pointless seeing how school starts at 8. But on nights that we dont have school the next day, we can go to any call, any time.
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    In my volunteer dept. we juniors can only awnser a call before 10pm on school night and there is no time on weekend or holidays.
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    On school days we cant respond to a call after 11pm and on weekends and holidays we have no time limit!
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    the bi laws for my jrs says that we cant go out past 8 o' clock on school days and 11:00 on weekends, but as long as a parents says you can you can go past 11:00 on weekends
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    10 pm on school nights. But they can return for calls with their partents permission. On weekends they had a curfew that required them to be in the station by 2300 if they were planning on staying the night.

    We also had grade requirements. Anything lower than a C on your report card when I was in restrticted you from running calls until you brought it up. Now I think it is a D.
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    11pm on school nights and weekends. For explorers older explorers 17-18, on weekends and vacations get more leeway.
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    in My dpt we are aloud to run new calls till 10 adn can stay @ teh call till when ever nomater waht day till wer 16 then once wer 16 we have no restriction on time what soever
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    10:00pm on school days and no limit on non school days
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    9 PM on school nights, 11 PM on non-school nights. Allowed to run calls ANYTIME!
    These are my opinions, not those of my career department, my volunteer company, or my affiliates. And by the way, I'm not a Junior.

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    9pm for cadets, 10pm for any member under 18, 11 pm for any member over 18, riding members whenever.
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    9PM on weekdays, 10PM on weekends..
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    NJ State Law
    All Junior's, Expolors
    11 PM STOPS everything
    U can not be in the Firehouse, or on a fire call, or even respond.
    till after school the next day. Weekends are a gray area, my old Dept. was 5:30 AM ( I make every call even before 5:30)
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    On weekdays 930 and weekends we can sleep over for duty crew
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