9 Halloween safety tips for trick-or-treating

Published: Monday, Oct. 29 2012 3:13 p.m. MDT

Child safety is always important, but it should especially be on the minds of all parents as we get close to Oct. 31.

While we were teaching KidSafe’s Abduction Prevention lesson, the discussion turned to safety at Halloween, and we were shocked by what some of these kids are allowed to do.

So to help you out this Halloween, we've got some tips and ideas for you to think about if your children are participating in knocking on doors of strangers and asking for candy. Just some short and sweet tips to make it a fun and safe evening for your little trick-or-treaters.

For more safety tips, visit the KidSafe Foundation online.

Editor's note: This content has been posted here with the authors' permission.
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South Jordan, UT

It's likely the only teams with winning records that BYU will have beaten by the end of the year will be Utah State and San Jose State. Naturally, we will have to wait and see on the San Jose game.

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