The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has a series of safety guidelines for children trick-or-treating on Halloween.


Parents worry about things like tainted candy and child abductions on Halloween. But, according to this AP report, the likelihood of those things happening is slim (A child has never been killed or injured from tainted Halloween candy, says one expert).

Instead parents need to worry about traffic. That’s because children have been hit by cars while trick-or-treating.

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