California theme park scales back chaperone policy in wake of teen fights

Knott’s Berry Farm has scaled back its weekend chaperone policy that went into effect over the summer to help restore order and confidence at the Buena Park theme park after multiple fights broke out involving teenagers.

Under the updated policy, all visitors 17 years old or younger must be accompanied by a chaperone on Saturdays to enter Knott’s Berry Farm, according to the park’s website.

The chaperone policy has evolved several times since July after a series of fights involving rowdy teens caused panic and chaos that forced the early closure of the park to ensure guest safety.

Knott’s initially required teen chaperones on Fridays and Saturdays before adding Sundays

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