Police make ‘no trick or treat’ Halloween posters for Redbridge, Havering and Barking and Dagenham residents
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The 31st of this month is a significant date – and no we are not talking about Brexit.
October has crept up on us all and Halloween is only a couple of weeks away.
A Marmite occasion, lots of people either make a massive effort to celebrate it or avoid it like the plague.
East Area Command - the police service responsible for looking after Redbridge, Havering and Barking and Dagenham - have created a poster for those who don't want witches, ghosts and perhaps a few people dressed up as Boris Johnson knocking at their door.
Pc Dave Bunn said: "Halloween is just around the corner and for those of you (me included) that do not want people knocking on your door I have attached a poster which can be printed out and placed in a prominent window or on the front door.
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"If you are unable to print it out your [police] Safer Neighbourhood Teams may be able to get one for you."
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