The OPP wants parents to remember there is a provincial curfew for children under 16 years old.

Police say between midnight and 6:00am, the law now requires children under 16 to have adult supervision in public spaces.

If police spot an unsupervised child, they may be taken home, or to a safe place like an OPP station.

According to police, the law is meant to reduce crime and keep kids safe.

Written by: Andreas Pandikiu