Stay Safe: Halloween & Bonfire Night

25th October 2016

Advice from Kent Police:

Have fun but stay safe this Halloween

Halloween can be a scary time for some. Why not let visitors know if you are happy for them to call at your home by downloading one of our 'Yes' or 'No' to trick or treating doors signs at www.kent.police.uk? (Also here: trick_or_treat_poster_no.pdf  trick_or_treat_poster_yes.pdf ). You'll be able to get our advice for older friends and family members too.

Are you going trick or treating? Make sure younger children are accompanied by an adult and only knock on doors of people they know and are expecting them.

Have fun but stay safe this Bonfire Night fireworks_poster_A4.pdf 

Most people lock up when going out to a firework display - but what if you're watching fireworks from the garden? For our top tips to keep your home and belongings safe, visit www.kent.police.uk/burglary

Make sure your loved ones and pets stay safe too. For everything you need about firework safety, visit ROSPA (the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) atwww.saferfireworks.com


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