"We just go around our neighborhood and some of the surrounding neighborhoods to trick or treat," said Terri Jackson.
For many, Halloween is one of the most exciting holidays of the year, but parents should be aware of some of the dangers that could be lurking behind decorated doors. Deputies say around 477 sex offenders reside in Leon County, and it could be their home your children visit for a trick or a treat.
"You always have to be aware of who is around you, I do pull that up on the Internet actually, sex offenders, and just knowing where they're at," said Angie Culpepper.
The Tallahassee Police Department has some tips to keep your little ghosts and ghouls out of harms way: Never let your kids go trick or treating alone, carry a flashlight or other light source and always inspect candy before it's eaten.
"I always chaperone my children for safety. We do glow in the dark necklaces for the kids and let them wear those around so we can see them," said Culpepper.
Law enforcement officers say the city of Tallahassee does not have any major concern for trick or treaters' safety during the holiday, but parents should always be alert to "stranger danger" because you never know who's doorbell you may be ringing. Officials also warn people to drive under the speed limit and avoid distractions on the road.
Officer David McCranie with the Tallahassee Police Department says the City does not have plans to change Trick or Treating. It will remain on Sunday and officers will be patrolling the streets as usual.
To view the sex offenders in your neighborhood, go to the link below.
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