The town of Monona, Wisconsin has had enough, and from now on, when kids are bullies, police will issues violations to their parents.
As far as I know, most anti-bullying laws — even with the current level of moral panic — are directed at forcing school districts to adopt specific disciplinary policies designed to discourage bullying. But in Monona, they’ve made bullying a matter of criminal law. Because, you know, when it comes to putting an end to bullying, the most obvious people to do the job are cops.
(Hat tip: Scott Greenfield)