BIRMINGHAM - After the Conservetive government announced it will discontinue the Anti-Social Behaivoiur Order (ASBO) scheme, many local councils are in panic at what alternative measures to use.
However, the City of Birmingham Council has implemented the city's Naughty Walls.
The new Walls, which will measure 100m in length, and will be present near all police stations in all 27 wards (districts).
Already, the new hi-tech Walls, which come with face-detecting software, and see-through isolation booths have been used as outside detention centres for youths for hours at a time.
"Not only will the public know who the offenders are," said a council spokesman, "but they can laugh at them. Peer pressure is a good deterent. Trust me. You will trust me? It's cool to trust me."
Already, the new scheme has had a 1% re-offending rate, and, to date, is one of the best schemes ever thought out for young offenders.