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IrelandChildren as young as 9 causing the most trouble on the Luas

10:40  13 december  2018
10:40  13 december  2018 Source:

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Children as young as nine are among the main problems faced by mobile Luas security teams combating antisocial behaviour, the company has said, with an area on south Dublin’s green line proving to be one of the most problematic. Passengers on the red line, often those with addiction

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Children as young as 9 causing the most trouble on the Luas © PA Wire Fears grow for Luas service as drivers in new strike threat Luas mobile security teams have said that children as young as nine can be the "most troublesome group" to deal with.

The report from Luas operators, Transdev, says that an area on the green line past Sandyford is one of the most troublesome.

Anti-social behaviour and crime has decreased overall on the tram service over the past two years but children between the age of nine and 15 continue to cause problems.

“Loud and fearless, they don’t understand their behaviour is upsetting others," the report says, according to the Irish Times.

"Security’s role here is to move them on, to be customer focused, friendly and authoritative.”

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Young 's Literal Translation and whoever may cause to stumble one of the little ones believing in me, better is it for him if a millstone is hanged about his neck, and he hath been cast into The verbal, or all but verbal, reproduction of these verses indicates the impression which they had made on the disciples.

" Children who repeatedly experience stressful and/or fearful emotions may underdevelop parts of their brain's prefrontal cortex and frontal lobe, the parts of the Watching "fear-inducing videos cause the brain to receive a small amount of dopamine," said Dr. Volpitta. Dopamine is produced in the body to

Concerns have also been raised about racist and other forms of abuse directed at staff.

The report has reignited calls for additional police services on public transport.

But Labour Senator Aodhan O'Riordain has called for a more "holistic" approach to be taken when dealing with the anti-social behaviour of children.

Children as young as 9 causing the most trouble on the Luas © The Journal Aodhan O'Riordain "I have been an advocate for transport police on the DART line, as well as the Luas line but at the same time, I think that when a politician comes to this discussion and only has a policing answer then we're really missing the point," he told Newstalk's Ciara Kelly this afternoon.

"I would have spent a long time teaching in an area of disadvantage in the north inner city and I've come to the conclusion a long time ago that a society that produces a nine-year-old who causes a huge amount of anti-social behaviour issues, that's a question for society to have.

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Christ points to little children as the model to which the members of his kingdom must assimilate themselves. The special attributes of children Many love to hear and speak of privileges and glory, who are willing to pass by the thoughts of work and trouble . Our Lord set a little child before them

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"So if the only answer we have is a policing one, that's not going to get to the nub of the issue."

He added that he felt criminalising children would be a "knee-jerk" reaction.

"I think we have to have a look in a holistic way about how our society is structured," he said.

When asked by if an Asbo (Anti-Social Behaviour Order) system such as that used in the UK should be introduced to tackle the problem, Senator O'Riordain said such a system was a bad idea.

"Stamping a young person with an certain circumstances that young person can decide, 'right, someone has stamped me with an identity and I'm going to fulfill that identity' in a very negative way," he said.

There were 998 incidents reported on all Luas trams between January and the end of October this year.

The incidents ranged from disorderly behaviour to assault. The figure is a 16% reduction on 1,189 from the same period in 2017.

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The shocking incident broke out during a family law dispute in Dublin’s city centre . In dramatic scenes, the Armed Response Unit and bomb disposal experts were called in and a Luas track was closed for several hours. ARU and uniformed officers escorted Judge Susan Ryan and legal teams from the court, sitting in Phoenix House, looking visibly distressed. It is understood the case being heard in the Smithfield area related to custody arrangements for an estranged couple’s children. A source said: “There was a family law application hearing involving a man, his wife and her barrister.

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