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Saturday 29 October 2011

Trick or treat

It is drawing closer to the time of your for to start receiving "trick or treaters" at your homes. Cheshire Police are dedicated to tackling calls on anti-social behaviour, we are receiving fewer calls in relation to these types of incidents.
Our assistant Chief Constable Janette McCormick has said:

"Anti-social behaviour is unacceptable whatever the time of year however the Halloween period does historically produce an increase in the number of calls we take relating to anti-social behaviour. Therefore our message is clear - parents be aware of what your children are up to on Halloween. Accompany children trick or treating rather than letting them go on their own to make sure they are safe and not being a nuisance to others.

Additionally we want to remind shop owners about selling large quantities of eggs and flour to youngsters, as they may be used in appropriately to cause mischief.

We don’t want to stop people having a good time - enjoy yourself be responsible and remember not everyone wants to participate."

To help you deal with unwanted trick or treaters Cheshire police have produced flyers displaying on each side yes or no to trick or treaters. If someone has displayed no in their window we are asking that there wishes are respected. The flyers are available from the Cheshire Police website for you to download and print or they are being distributed across the Police Stations for you to collect from the helpdesks.

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