What will happen to a youngster who has committed a criminal act is explained.
Reference to historical types of punishment introduces a drama about law-breaking.
Two boys break the law by bunking off school and entering private property.
A policeman explains the possible effects of spitting off a motorway bridge.
Two boys break several laws by truanting from school, shoplifting and dropping litter.
Three teenage boys break several laws by drinking in public and cycling off recklessly.
Three boys steal a car and go joyriding. A policeman explains the charges they face.
The narrator describes how alcohol can affect the body and the brain.
How the Children's Reporter Adminstration deals with anti-social behaviour and truancy.