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Merseyside Police offer Trick or Treat advice ahead of Halloween night

Here are some tips on how to stay safe when you are out trick or treating:

  • Stick to routes or areas that you know

  • Agree a time you will be back home

  • Make sure you can be seen - if you have a dark coloured costume reflective bands can help

  • Wear costumes that don't restrict you, masks covering eyes or costumes that keep your arms by your side could be dangerous

  • Always carry a torch or glow stick

  • Never go into a strangers house, even if invited

  • If a house displays a 'no trick or treat' sign, don't visit them

  • Respect people's property, don't walk across gardens or climb over walls or fences

  • Don't take expensive smartphones or tablets out with you

  • Don't eat treats that are already open or unpackaged

  • Never cause damage to someone's property - throwing food items can cost money to clean or repair and cause distress

  • Don't play pranks on people - how would you feel if it was your parents or grandparents?

Trick or treating can be a fun activity enjoyed with your local community. Follow these simple guidelines and they will keep you safe. Make sure that your night, and your neighbours, are not spoiled by mindless behaviour

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