(ANSA) – PADUA, FEBRUARY 12 – About a thousand young people between 14 and 18 years of age at risk of violence on a list drawn up in Padua by the police for the Observatory on juvenile distress created on the initiative of the Prefecture. A tool to monitor and prevent the ‘Saturday brawls’ that baby gangs often plan in the largest space of the city, Prato della Valle. Episodes recently anticipated by the Police Headquarters – it was so on Saturday 15 January – that by working on chats and social networks she had managed to avoid, deploying the mobile departments before the boys came to blows.
But now, writes the ‘Corriere’, the prefect Raffaele Grassi, in a couple of operational meetings, has decided to involve all the subjects interested in policies to combat youth discomfort. Starting with the municipalities in which the children reside. During the last summit in the Prefecture, the data that caused a sensation came out: Police and Carabinieri identified about a thousand children between 14 and 18 years, with their general information and place of residence, which the prefect reported to their respective Municipalities of residence.
Many are teenagers who come from towns in the province, and among them many are second-generation foreigners. A phenomenon that of course does not only concern Padua, but also other cities: yesterday in Oderzo (Treviso) the police intervened to stop a fight between five underage girls, who had faced each other the previous night in a fight resumed by companions and spread on social networks network. (HANDLE).
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