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Police will go door to door, checking the status of known sex offenders. If the person isn't home, they'll hang a red notice on the doorknob, letting neighbors know who lives there.
I heard on the news they are having a place for all sex offenders to go so this way all the kids will be safe & if they do not show up the police will be @ there door. It's not a :pumpkin: Halloween :ghost2: party for them. They are not allowed to hand-out candy to kids or take kids Trick or treating.

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Good! I wonder if NH has such a law.

When we brought our kids out, DH wanted to hit a side road that had a bunch of houses lit up- but we never got a chance to hit because it's always so cold out. I told him no freaking way because one of the 2 registered offenders in my town lives up there and I don't know which house it is. That changed his mind awfully quick
 

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Seems to me most parents go with their kids trick or treating or should anyways. What I'd like to see is something that will protect kids 365 days a year from these pervs. I'd like to wipe them off the face of the earth but society isn't ready/ willing to do that though. Experts agree this perversion isn't "fixable" meanwhile children continue to suffer. :grr:
 
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