Halloween Safety Tips
October 29, 2014 – As families go trick-or-treating on Friday, October 31st, the Hobbs Police Department will be working to keep Hobbs safe. Here is what you can do to help everyone have a safe Halloween.
TIPS FOR PARENTS
• Please walk with you children rather than drive. Driving children from house to house is very
• An adult should always accompany children.
• To welcome trick-or-treaters, switch on your porch lights or any exterior lights.
TIPS FOR TRICK-OR-TREATERS
• Do not go in anyone’s house.
• Do not get into a stranger’s vehicle.
• Do not take shortcuts through backyards, alleys, or parks.
• Walk, don’t run.
• Look both ways before crossing any street.
• Always use the sidewalk.
• Children should travel in a group if not with an adult.
• Try to trick-or-treat in well lit areas within your neighborhood and carry a flashlight.
• Have an adult examine candy and discard any that are not factory wrapped or sealed.
• If possible, children should have a cell phone with them in case of emergency.
• Only purchase and wear flame retardant costumes.
• Children should wear reflective clothing and carry a flashlight or glow stick.
• Children should never carry sharp objects.
TIPS FOR MOTORISTS
• Be aware of children darting out between parked automobiles.
• Use caution while entering and exiting driveways.
• During twilight and evening hours be mindful of children in dark costumes.
• Please use extra caution and drive slowly in neighborhoods.
Please direct any questions to Officer Mike Stone, Public Information Office at 397-9381.
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