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Whether you are dressing up as a wicked witch, a scary spirit or a ghostly ghoul this Halloween make sure you remember to keep your 'trick or treating' a treat for everyone.
Halloween can be harmless fun but some members of the community may find the loud noises and knocks on their door quite scary, especially if they live alone. When you are out trick or treating remember that some of the older or more vulnerable members of your neighbourhood will find this night quite frightening.
Download the Take care and be aware Halloween 'Think' Halloween leaflet| and follow the simple dos and don'ts so that everyone can have a fun and enjoyable evening.
Download the Take care and be aware Halloween 'Think' poster|| to display in your neighbourhood.
Prefer not to answer the door to trick or treaters on Halloween? Download the No trick or treat card|| to display in your window.
Are you experiencing anti-social behaviour? Download our take care and be aware useful contact numbers||
Above all, don't get involved in things like criminal damage, throwing eggs and flour, violence, excessive alcohol or general nuisance behaviour. Anti-social behaviour like this is a crime and it will be reported.
Remember: If you see a 'No trick or treat' card in someone's window, don't knock!
If you have any questions or queries about anti-social behaviour you can now call 0845 40 20 334.
Calling all parents! Do you know what your kids are up to this Halloween? Please make sure they are properly supervised and remember to respect others.
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