SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Shepherdsville Police will again increase patrols on Halloween night.
Extra officers will be out on bicycles and in patrol cars to make the streets safer for Trick or Treaters according to Shepherdsville Police Chief Doug Puckett.
“We will have additional officers out from 6:00PM to 9:00 PM. Children and their parents should take advantage of this time to Trick or Treat safely” said Colonel Puckett.
Both adults and youth should abide by the following safety tips from EDUGuide.org:
Before the Big Night
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