Haunted House
Halloween
Safety Tips

from Assemblyman
Alec Brook-Krasny

2823 West 12th Street, Suite 1F
Brooklyn, New York 11224
718-266-0267
brookka@assembly.state.ny.us

Halloween is almost here and ghosts and goblins will soon be answering the call to trick-or-treat. To ensure your little monster has a perfectly “ghoulish” evening, I’ve put together some Halloween safety tips. May you and your children have a safe and enjoyable holiday!

Sincerely,
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Alec Brook-Krasny
Member of Assembly


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Parents:

  • Arrange for an adult to accompany trick-or-treaters.

  • Know the route your child will travel and give him or her a curfew.

  • To help plan a safe route, visit the sex offender registry at www.criminaljustice.state.ny.us/nsor/search_index.htm.

  • Be sure children can see through their masks. Costumes should be easy to see, either made from light colors or marked for nighttime with reflective tape.

  • Dispose of unwrapped candy or candy that appears altered.

  • Don’t leave your home unattended.

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Trick-or-Treaters:

  • Don’t eat anything from your trick-or-treat bag before your parents have looked at it.

  • Always stay with people you know, and stay in your own neighborhood.

  • Tell your parents where you are trick-or-treating and stay away from dark streets and buildings.


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