Exactly. It’s just to make people think they are doing something.I'm all for this, just don't expect to see any change.
How do you enforce it at a certain time? Do they really plan to have security patrolling and actively checking if the chaperone is in the park? Do they plan to try to have other park employees question minors and/or hold until security shows up?
Seems like a PR stunt.
I’ll keep advocating for banning these individuals and using facial recognition and even license plate scanning at the parking booth to keep them out more permanently. It’s this level of response or just wait around until something really bad actually happens. The chaperone policy is a half measure at best, particularly if the 21 year old “chaperone” is a trouble maker themself.Exactly. It’s just to make people think they are doing something.
A 17 year old, carried a gun into Kings Island’s parking lot, slid it through the fence and then retrieved it in the park last weekend. This policy does nothing to affect any aspect of that incident.