Years ago, we didn’t worry as much about the dangers of trick-or-treating but now parents are way more cautious about putting their children in a potentially dangerous situation. The last thing any parent wants is something bad to happen to their children which is why I wanted to share the city of Tyler, Texas map of safety zones concerning registered sex offenders. 

While looking at this map won’t identify every danger that you or your kids could face on Halloween night at least you can try to avoid any potentially dangerous areas. Sharing this information is all about safety and making sure kids have a wonderful Halloween and have as much fun as possible, while helping parents keep them safe. 

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There Are Quite a Few Registered Sex Offenders in Tyler, TX 

It’s not something that people like to talk about often, but just like everywhere else in the world there are quite a few registered sex offenders here in the Tyler area. If that fact is something you want to avoid all together remember there are always trunk-or-treating events taking place that might give you more of the safety you’re looking for on Halloween. 

Safety is Priority Number One on Halloween 

Beyond avoiding registered sex offenders in the area, just make sure you’re doing everything possible to keep kids safe on Halloween. Expect them to run across roads, make sure you keep an eye on your kids at all times, and the more reflective clothing (or glow sticks) the better for them to be seen from a distance. We are wishing you only the best this Halloween. 

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