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Stay Safe This Halloween - Advice from Staffordshire Police

Although lots of people enjoy Halloween, it can be a concerning evening for vulnerable residents as there’s the possibility of someone approaching their property uninvited.

If you have concerns, or you support a vulnerable person, we’d encourage you to display a sign in the window/or the door to let trick or treaters know you’d prefer for them not to knock the door.

I’ve attached this sign which also contains tips to stay safe over Halloween, please share this advice with your friends, family, and neighbours. 

We hope you won’t, but if you do see any antisocial behaviour over Halloween you can report this through the Staffordshire Police website, by private messaging us on Facebook and Twitter or by calling 101. Always call 999 in an emergency.

For more safety tips visit: https://www.staffordshire.police.uk/police-forces/staffordshire-police/areas/staffordshire-police/campaigns/2021/halloween-safety-tips/

If you're celebrating Halloween have a great time, stay safe and look out for each other.

Download a 'No Trick or Treat' Poster from here:

Message Sent By
Emma Ray (Staffordshire Police, Communications Officer, Staffordshire) via Haughton Parish Council

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